To salvage his presidency, Obama faces pressure to reboot – but will he?

Obama campaigns for Democratic candidates at Wayne State University in Detroit, MichiganBy Matt Spetalnick and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A reshuffling of President Barack Obama’s staff looks all but certain after Tuesday’s congressional elections, which are likely to bring humbling losses to his Democratic party and could add to pressure on him to reboot his presidency. Forecasters say that Republicans, who have made Obama’s unpopularity a top issue in the elections, are in a strong position to capture the six seats they need to take over the Senate from Democrats. They are also expected to expand their majority in the House of Representatives. …

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