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Over the Wire

CIO Confident in Penn

By United Press

WASHINGTON--Apparently unperturbed by sharp Republican gains in Tuesday's elections, President Roosevelt today said he would continue to fight for New Deal objectives even though the next Congress opposes him.

It was his first comment on the election which swept many New deal stalwarts into the discard and raised the Republican party to a place of power in both the House and Senate. Mr. Roosevelt said at his press conference, however, that he sees no threat to a continuation of liberal government nor does he envisage a coalition of Republicans and conservative Democrats arising to circumvent him.

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