Republicans picked up enough seats in the midterm elections to win back the House. But the Senate is still run by the Democrats. That might make President Obama’s job easier – he’ll face a divided Congress as he tackles future items on his agenda. Even Senate Democrats are vowing to work with their new Republican counterparts. Among them - Illinois’ Senior Senator, Dick Durbin. After Tuesday’s election, Durbin has a Republican counterpart for the first time in five years – Mark Kirk. Eight Forty-Eight talked to Senator Durbin about the challenges ahead. He says that post-election he and the President had a frank conversation.