Recorded November 5 at 5:30 p.m. ET
Two days after the U.S. elections, while it appears that the House will remain under Democratic control (with a smaller margin), it is still unclear who will control the White House and Senate. With likely election runoffs, recounts, and legal challenges, it may be some time before any of these results will be confirmed. In this context, John Gimigliano talks with Carol Kulish and Jennifer Gray to explore the possible scenarios for 2021: a Biden White House and Republican-controlled Senate, a Biden White House and Democratic-controlled Senate, and a Trump White House with a divided or an all Democratic-controlled Congress.