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"And of course, there is a lot to get to this morning. We will get to it throughout the morning all the results you need to know the races that are still too close to call. But I right now we want to go to the White House to get reaction after a last night with Democrats regaining control of the house of representatives. Republicans maintaining control of the Senate, President Trump has already been tweeting this morning, and we also have some news this morning in terms of President Trump. And when he will be speaking today. So let's start off with that little bit of information. As we go live to the White House where rejoined FOX News Radio White House correspondent John decker? Good morning, John. Hey, good morning to you. Jim. How're you doing today? You're doing great. So let's start. With President Trump will be speaking later this morning from what I understand. He will be a press conference was announced. It's going to be at eleven thirty AM eastern time from the East Room. And I have a sense it's going to be a free willing news conference. He's gonna take lots of questions, and it's probably going to last ninety minutes. That's sort of the way that President Trump does these types of things he's not afraid of answering questions coming from sometimes a hostile media. So we'll get his reaction in just a few hours from the eastern and that is at eleven thirty AM eastern later this morning. And of course, we'll have coverage here on the FOX News Radio network with FOX's John decker who's at the White House. Now, John as the information started to trickle in last night. We heard from White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on the Fox News channel during our coverage. But just in terms of morning after what has the reaction been like so far when it comes to what happened last night. Well, a little bit of a mixed reaction. Obviously. The president very pleased that Republicans increased their majority in the Senate. He's attributing that quite frankly to himself campaigning for candidates around the country, and he said in a tweet those that work with me in this incredible midterm election embracing certain policies and principles did very, well, those that did not say goodbye. And so the president essentially, sending a message you need to stick with me if you want to succeed in the Republican party, and I think that message was heard loud and clear in Missouri in Florida in in Montana places, where the president traveled to during all the campaign rallies that he held leading up to the midterm elections. Each of the Senate candidates in those particular states one and the president saying that his campaigning paid off in terms of increasing that Senate majority and FOX News Radio White House correspondent John decker? Joining us live. From the White House this morning as we continue our midterm special election coverage here and John up moving forward with President Trump. I know it's tough to forecast. This president certainly because he is like you said you can ride by the seat of his pants as we all know, we all well know at this time, but you have he's now working with congress that will have a divide. You have the Democrats now in control of the House Republicans holding the majority in the Senate will we see more of the art of the deal version of President Trump moving forward could we expect a little bit of that today at this press conference perhaps? Well, I think that you're going to hear the president talk about a trying to work together. Trying to compromise trying to find some areas in which both parties can agree upon your may, remember months and months ago, certainly in the first year of President Trump's time in office. There was the talk of doing an infrastructure spending Bill never went anywhere perhaps. Now's the time to do. So Democrats traditionally would support. Such legislation of Republicans have expressed support. It's obviously devils in the details. But that is one particular legislative item that I can see some compromise on with a divided. Congress is FOX News Radio White House correspondent John decker live from the White House will be hearing John's reporting throughout the day on this first day after the midterm election. Thanks for joining us, John. Thanks a lot. Jim have a great day. All right. Fox's John decker. And like we said we all morning long. We're getting a lot of reaction in the next half hour. We're going to be joined by FOX News Radio. Corespondent, Jessica Rosenthal. Who is in Arizona in that race this morning for just waking up in tuning in is still too close to call right now between Kirstin cinema and Martha mcsally the Republicans cinema. The democrat that race is still too close to call. So we'll be checking in with Jessica Rosenthal. Is they are frantically counting those votes as well. And of course with a divided congress. Now, what will happen as we move forward? We'll we see Nancy Pelosi that house speaker. Well, let be someone else. More progressive democrat. We'll have DC Capitol Hill correspondent Jared Halpern. Joining us in studio. You're listening to FOX News Radio. This is our midterm special election coverage.."