As President Obama and the Democrats try to deny Republicans a majority in the United States Senate, they’re fighting both the GOP and political history.

Since the start of the 20th century, five of the six presidents who served two full terms had to deal with a Senate from the opposite party during their last two years.

An opposition Senate created all sorts of problems for Woodrow Wilson (who failed to win approval of the Treaty of Versailles after World War I), Dwight Eisenhower (various budget battles), Ronald Reagan (Iran-Contra), Bill Clinton (impeachment), and George W. Bush (opposition to the Iraq War).

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