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Two GOP Leaders Divided on Divided Government

New York Times: “Speaker Paul Ryan says he has had it with Republicans and Democrats sharing power, complaining that it breeds dysfunction and prevents major accomplishments.” “In contrast, Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, says those periods when the parties [...] The post Two GOP Leaders Divided on Divided Government appeared first on Political Wire.
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