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The two wings of the Democratic Party are having more difficulty reconciling their differences in the weeks following November’s midterm elections, with both sides struggling to control the identity and direction of the party heading into the 2016 presidential election, political experts are saying.

The divide began widening after Democratic candidates were soundly trounced in the midterms, and came to a full head in last week’s vote for the $1.1 trillion spending bill, with President Barack Obama pushing for the bill and a House faction led by California Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi taking a rare stance against their party’s leader, reports The Washington Post.