On Wednesday, Republicans were projected to win back control of the U.S. House with a narrow majority, dealing a blow to President Biden and his agenda.
Republicans needed to flip five seats to retake the House and did so with little room to spare after a campaign focused on inflation, crime, and the country's direction.
Their gains fell short of the red wave they once envisioned as Democrats ran pro-abortion and anti-extremism campaigns.
Democrats' show of strength allowed them to keep the Senate and just miss a historic upset in the House...
creating a split Congress that has Republicans fighting over who is to blame and who should lead the party.