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By on January 13, 2020 in See It Here

The Democrats have a few remaining debates before Super Tuesday (March 3). When they assemble on the stage to take questions from journalists and audience members, I hope this question will be asked since it (unfortunately) hasn’t been asked before.

I preface this by the fact we are in times when everyone points fingers at each other as to why we are a divided country instead of first looking at ourselves.

Will you meet with Congressional leaders from the other side once a week and talk about how you can find agreement and then promise not to have a news conference choosing, instead, to work with your staff in a genuine search for common ground?

If this actually occurs, then, once a month, there would be a joint news conference on what has been achieved.

It can work.

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