SIGN ON: Any quest for “bipartisanship” must mean that the PUBLIC agrees with our agenda -- not DC Republican politicians like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Kevin McCarthy.
Should President Biden and Senate Democrats look to cut “bipartisan deals” with Marjorie Taylor Greene and Kevin McCarthy? Or should they propose bold ideas popular with the public -- and dare Republicans to oppose them?
Senator Elizabeth Warren gave Democrats advice for how to navigate the new Republican House: Bipartisanship should mean the public agrees, not DC politicians.
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