The meaning of the US midterm elections for the Canadian audience

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Brad Johnson it is November the 7th 2018

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Brad Johnson it is November the 7th 2018

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Brad Johnson it is November the 7th 2018
the day after the midterms that

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the day after the midterms that

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the day after the midterms that
everybody was so concerned about and

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everybody was so concerned about and

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everybody was so concerned about and
with I have to say with it was

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with I have to say with it was

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with I have to say with it was
reasonable to be quite concerned how do

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reasonable to be quite concerned how do

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reasonable to be quite concerned how do
you feel it worked out and for a

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you feel it worked out and for a

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you feel it worked out and for a
non-american audience also can you

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non-american audience also can you

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non-american audience also can you
explain a little bit about what

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explain a little bit about what

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explain a little bit about what
difference it makes like the fact I

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difference it makes like the fact I

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difference it makes like the fact I
believe that we’re gains made in the

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believe that we’re gains made in the

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believe that we’re gains made in the
Senate and losses in the house how is

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Senate and losses in the house how is

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Senate and losses in the house how is
this going to affect say president

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this going to affect say president

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this going to affect say president
Trump’s ability to operate well it it

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Trump’s ability to operate well it it

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Trump’s ability to operate well it it
has some interesting impact and there

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has some interesting impact and there

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has some interesting impact and there
were a number of implications that came

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were a number of implications that came

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were a number of implications that came
out of it

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out of it

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out of it
first the there’s a lower and upper

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first the there’s a lower and upper

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first the there’s a lower and upper
house in Congress for the in the United

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house in Congress for the in the United

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house in Congress for the in the United
States and the the House of

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States and the the House of

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States and the the House of
Representatives is to consider the lower

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Representatives is to consider the lower

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Representatives is to consider the lower
house and that’s based on population so

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house and that’s based on population so

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house and that’s based on population so
there’s that’s big there’s hundreds of

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there’s that’s big there’s hundreds of

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there’s that’s big there’s hundreds of
those of those congressmen representing

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those of those congressmen representing

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those of those congressmen representing
different districts in each state and

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different districts in each state and

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different districts in each state and
that’s based on population so as

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that’s based on population so as

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that’s based on population so as
population grows or moves those get

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population grows or moves those get

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population grows or moves those get
redistricting district and as population

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redistricting district and as population

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redistricting district and as population
grows there’s more congressmen that come

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grows there’s more congressmen that come

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grows there’s more congressmen that come
online so within the Congress the the

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online so within the Congress the the

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online so within the Congress the the
Democrats did well there’s I would say

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Democrats did well there’s I would say

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Democrats did well there’s I would say
two major factors as to why that turned

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two major factors as to why that turned

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two major factors as to why that turned
out that way and it’s one is just

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out that way and it’s one is just

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out that way and it’s one is just
traditionally the off year elections and

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traditionally the off year elections and

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traditionally the off year elections and
by off year

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by off year

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by off year
I mean non-presidential so during off

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I mean non-presidential so during off

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I mean non-presidential so during off
year elections in the after the first

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year elections in the after the first

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year elections in the after the first
two years of a president they pretty

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two years of a president they pretty

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two years of a president they pretty
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much always his governing party always

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much always his governing party always
loses seats so it’s just sort of one of

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loses seats so it’s just sort of one of

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loses seats so it’s just sort of one of
the you know ways that it just tends to

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the you know ways that it just tends to

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the you know ways that it just tends to
work so it happened in this case

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work so it happened in this case

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work so it happened in this case
the other aspect of it was you had 45

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the other aspect of it was you had 45

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the other aspect of it was you had 45
incumbent Republicans retire so the the

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incumbent Republicans retire so the the

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incumbent Republicans retire so the the
Democrats won they needed 23 seats to

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Democrats won they needed 23 seats to

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Democrats won they needed 23 seats to
swing to the majority and they got well

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swing to the majority and they got well

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swing to the majority and they got well
well over that in the higher 20s is was

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well over that in the higher 20s is was

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well over that in the higher 20s is was
a I think they’re still kind of figuring

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a I think they’re still kind of figuring

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a I think they’re still kind of figuring
out how the final score is with some

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out how the final score is with some

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out how the final score is with some
close races but it’s gonna be in the

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close races but it’s gonna be in the

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close races but it’s gonna be in the
high 20s it’s what they totally they’ve

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high 20s it’s what they totally they’ve

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high 20s it’s what they totally they’ve
got so they they took the majority but

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got so they they took the majority but

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got so they they took the majority but
not by very much and those 45 seats that

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not by very much and those 45 seats that

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not by very much and those 45 seats that
were left vacant by the Republican

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were left vacant by the Republican

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were left vacant by the Republican
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income

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income
was a real blow because there’s just so

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was a real blow because there’s just so

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was a real blow because there’s just so
many of them that that that decided to

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many of them that that that decided to

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many of them that that that decided to
retire all at the same time

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retire all at the same time

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retire all at the same time
now the reelection rate for an incumbent

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now the reelection rate for an incumbent

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now the reelection rate for an incumbent
in the house is about 93 percent so if

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in the house is about 93 percent so if

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in the house is about 93 percent so if
those 45 had stayed over 40 of them

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those 45 had stayed over 40 of them

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those 45 had stayed over 40 of them
would have would have kept their

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would have would have kept their

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would have would have kept their
position very likely and not lost the

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position very likely and not lost the

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position very likely and not lost the
election certainly the majority of them

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election certainly the majority of them

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election certainly the majority of them
would have and that would have been

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would have and that would have been

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would have and that would have been
enough to keep it a Republican majority

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enough to keep it a Republican majority

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enough to keep it a Republican majority
so that was a huge factor in it so it

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so that was a huge factor in it so it

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so that was a huge factor in it so it
wasn’t an in the press here in the

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wasn’t an in the press here in the

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wasn’t an in the press here in the
United States they kept talking about

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United States they kept talking about

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United States they kept talking about
blue wave and the color blue is used to

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blue wave and the color blue is used to

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blue wave and the color blue is used to
represent the Democrats and the color

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represent the Democrats and the color

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represent the Democrats and the color
red to represent the Republicans and so

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red to represent the Republicans and so

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red to represent the Republicans and so
that was kind of really the basis for

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that was kind of really the basis for

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that was kind of really the basis for
the change there was no great you know

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the change there was no great you know

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the change there was no great you know
the the Democrats and the Republicans

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the the Democrats and the Republicans

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the the Democrats and the Republicans
basically split those 45 seats and that

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basically split those 45 seats and that

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basically split those 45 seats and that
was that was the majority of the the

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was that was the majority of the the

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was that was the majority of the the
impact of why that the lower house the

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impact of why that the lower house the

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impact of why that the lower house the
Congressional side turned out the way it

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Congressional side turned out the way it

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Congressional side turned out the way it
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did

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did
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far more important now basically that

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far more important now basically that
the house runs the budget so look at

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the house runs the budget so look at

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the house runs the budget so look at
budget that’s their real power that they

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budget that’s their real power that they

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budget that’s their real power that they
have within the US government is is

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have within the US government is is

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have within the US government is is
legislation and control of budget the

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legislation and control of budget the

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legislation and control of budget the
rest of the power and a lot of that lies

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rest of the power and a lot of that lies

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rest of the power and a lot of that lies
in the Senate and that’s the upper house

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in the Senate and that’s the upper house

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in the Senate and that’s the upper house
the more senior and that’s much smaller

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the more senior and that’s much smaller

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the more senior and that’s much smaller
there’s only two senators per state so

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there’s only two senators per state so

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there’s only two senators per state so
50 states we have a hundred senators so

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50 states we have a hundred senators so

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50 states we have a hundred senators so
much far fewer a number they’re there

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much far fewer a number they’re there

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much far fewer a number they’re there
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and more responsibilities per individual

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and more responsibilities per individual
for what they do and one of the most

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for what they do and one of the most

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for what they do and one of the most
important things that they do is the

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important things that they do is the

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important things that they do is the
confirmation so people that the

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confirmation so people that the

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confirmation so people that the
president which wishes to appoint into

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president which wishes to appoint into

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president which wishes to appoint into
positions they’re the ones that confirm

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positions they’re the ones that confirm

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positions they’re the ones that confirm
now he picked up at least three seats

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now he picked up at least three seats

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now he picked up at least three seats
and some of those elections are still

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and some of those elections are still

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and some of those elections are still
playing out this is only the the day

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playing out this is only the the day

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playing out this is only the the day
after so it took place all within less

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after so it took place all within less

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after so it took place all within less
than the last 24 hours so there’s a

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than the last 24 hours so there’s a

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than the last 24 hours so there’s a
number of seats that have kind of gone

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number of seats that have kind of gone

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number of seats that have kind of gone
back and forth and things like the

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back and forth and things like the

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back and forth and things like the
Prevot ting where people have done it or

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Prevot ting where people have done it or

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Prevot ting where people have done it or
absentee ballots where they mail them in

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absentee ballots where they mail them in

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absentee ballots where they mail them in
and those things still need to be

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and those things still need to be

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and those things still need to be
counted and some of those races are

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counted and some of those races are

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counted and some of those races are
close enough that they’re that they’re

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close enough that they’re that they’re

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close enough that they’re that they’re
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doing that but all in all the

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doing that but all in all the
Republicans increased their majority in

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Republicans increased their majority in

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Republicans increased their majority in
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the Senate

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the Senate
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by a small margin lost their majority in

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by a small margin lost their majority in
the house so of course there’s the the

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the house so of course there’s the the

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the house so of course there’s the the
president who as the executive position

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president who as the executive position

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president who as the executive position
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whose most or a great deal of the power

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whose most or a great deal of the power
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lies in his hands so overall it was a

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lies in his hands so overall it was a
big win for the president not a hundred

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big win for the president not a hundred

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big win for the president not a hundred
percent but the most important things he

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percent but the most important things he

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percent but the most important things he
did win the governor’s races the

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did win the governor’s races the

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did win the governor’s races the
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Republicans did well as well that was

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Republicans did well as well that was
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kind of the third aspect of it and one

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kind of the third aspect of it and one
of the things it’s very important that

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of the things it’s very important that

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of the things it’s very important that
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Democrats have been talking about

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Democrats have been talking about
impeachment for a long time and to first

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impeachment for a long time and to first

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impeachment for a long time and to first
there’s number of problems with that one

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there’s number of problems with that one

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there’s number of problems with that one
of them is that to impeach they have to

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of them is that to impeach they have to

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of them is that to impeach they have to
have the president break a law which he

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have the president break a law which he

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have the president break a law which he
hasn’t done nothing nothing has surfaced

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hasn’t done nothing nothing has surfaced

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hasn’t done nothing nothing has surfaced
that shows he’s broken any law so they

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that shows he’s broken any law so they

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that shows he’s broken any law so they
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don’t really have grounds for

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don’t really have grounds for
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impeachment so that’s a big problem for

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impeachment so that’s a big problem for
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them but the other thing is basically

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them but the other thing is basically
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the trial takes place if you will the

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the trial takes place if you will the
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people that testify and talk about it

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people that testify and talk about it
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and raise the issue of impeachment is

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and raise the issue of impeachment is
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the house which Nancy Pelosi has said

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the house which Nancy Pelosi has said
that she wants to do the problem of that

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that she wants to do the problem of that

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that she wants to do the problem of that
is the people that vote on it are the

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is the people that vote on it are the

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is the people that vote on it are the
Senate and they need a big majority in

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Senate and they need a big majority in

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Senate and they need a big majority in
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the Senate to in order to impeach the

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the Senate to in order to impeach the
president United States and now his

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president United States and now his

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president United States and now his
party runs it so it wouldn’t even come

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party runs it so it wouldn’t even come

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party runs it so it wouldn’t even come
up for a vote so there is no there is no

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up for a vote so there is no there is no

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up for a vote so there is no there is no
pathway to impeachment so the president

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pathway to impeachment so the president

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pathway to impeachment so the president
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made one and one big in in in their most

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made one and one big in in in their most
important ways okay that actually that

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important ways okay that actually that

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important ways okay that actually that
does all the clarity thank you so in

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does all the clarity thank you so in

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does all the clarity thank you so in
essence then Congress which is based on

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essence then Congress which is based on

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essence then Congress which is based on
population it sounds in a weird way a

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population it sounds in a weird way a

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population it sounds in a weird way a
little bit like a parliamentary

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little bit like a parliamentary

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little bit like a parliamentary
democracy so for X number of population

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democracy so for X number of population

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democracy so for X number of population
you have one Congress person who

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you have one Congress person who

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you have one Congress person who
represents that is you know the district

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represents that is you know the district

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represents that is you know the district
is people that’s crap and they are in

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is people that’s crap and they are in

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is people that’s crap and they are in
not in control of a budget but they

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not in control of a budget but they

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not in control of a budget but they
certainly have a they would make it they

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certainly have a they would make it they

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certainly have a they would make it they
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could make it much more difficult for

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could make it much more difficult for
for President Trump to actually finance

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for President Trump to actually finance

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for President Trump to actually finance
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things he wants to do is that right

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things he wants to do is that right
yes it is like for example the president

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yes it is like for example the president

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yes it is like for example the president
is pushing for the wall that’s gonna be

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is pushing for the wall that’s gonna be

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is pushing for the wall that’s gonna be
a problem for him for the wall he’s not

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a problem for him for the wall he’s not

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a problem for him for the wall he’s not
gonna get major funding out of Congress

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gonna get major funding out of Congress

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gonna get major funding out of Congress
anymore now the budget is written by the

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anymore now the budget is written by the

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anymore now the budget is written by the
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house now it has to get signed by the

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house now it has to get signed by the
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President and so on but there now that

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President and so on but there now that
Nancy Pelosi is in

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Nancy Pelosi is in

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Nancy Pelosi is in
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or the Democrats are in the majority and

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or the Democrats are in the majority and
Nancy Pelosi is perhaps the most likely

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Nancy Pelosi is perhaps the most likely

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Nancy Pelosi is perhaps the most likely
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person to be Speaker of the House they

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person to be Speaker of the House they
also get all the chairmanships of the

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also get all the chairmanships of the

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also get all the chairmanships of the
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different committees including finance

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different committees including finance
and and so they’re just there’s no way

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and and so they’re just there’s no way

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and and so they’re just there’s no way
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they’re going to to finance provide

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they’re going to to finance provide
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money to build a wall and things like

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money to build a wall and things like
that the president is pushed for so that

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that the president is pushed for so that

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that the president is pushed for so that
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is where the president has lost on

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is where the president has lost on
issues of that nature but getting for

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issues of that nature but getting for

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issues of that nature but getting for
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example if he gets another Supreme Court

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example if he gets another Supreme Court
nomination that’s probably going to zip

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nomination that’s probably going to zip

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nomination that’s probably going to zip
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through that would be very difficult for

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through that would be very difficult for
if he’s if he holds 55 Senate seats

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if he’s if he holds 55 Senate seats

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if he’s if he holds 55 Senate seats
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roughly 54 55 something like that

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roughly 54 55 something like that
there’s just no way even if he has one

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there’s just no way even if he has one

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there’s just no way even if he has one
or two or three even four JumpShip and

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or two or three even four JumpShip and

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or two or three even four JumpShip and
not support him he’s still going to have

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not support him he’s still going to have

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not support him he’s still going to have
the 50 and of course the vice president

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the 50 and of course the vice president

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the 50 and of course the vice president
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is the deciding vote if it’s a deadlock

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is the deciding vote if it’s a deadlock
vote in the in the Senate side so all he

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vote in the in the Senate side so all he

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vote in the in the Senate side so all he
has to do is come up with 50 votes if he

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has to do is come up with 50 votes if he

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has to do is come up with 50 votes if he
has 50 votes he wins and out of 54 55

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has 50 votes he wins and out of 54 55

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has 50 votes he wins and out of 54 55
senator he’s going to do that also two

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senator he’s going to do that also two

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senator he’s going to do that also two
very important out of that on the Senate

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very important out of that on the Senate

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very important out of that on the Senate
side the senators that left like Jeff

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side the senators that left like Jeff

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side the senators that left like Jeff
Flake and bob corker and people like

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Flake and bob corker and people like

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Flake and bob corker and people like
that there were there were four of those

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that there were there were four of those

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that there were there were four of those
sorts there were all very anti-trump

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sorts there were all very anti-trump

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sorts there were all very anti-trump
they’ve now been replaced with

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they’ve now been replaced with

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they’ve now been replaced with
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Republican senators were very supportive

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Republican senators were very supportive
of Trump so not only did he gain seats

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of Trump so not only did he gain seats

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of Trump so not only did he gain seats
but he also gained people that are that

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but he also gained people that are that

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but he also gained people that are that
are very willing to help him so it’s a

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are very willing to help him so it’s a

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are very willing to help him so it’s a
much stronger position for him to be

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much stronger position for him to be

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much stronger position for him to be
sitting in and that that ability to get

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sitting in and that that ability to get

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sitting in and that that ability to get
people through the court at the

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people through the court at the

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people through the court at the
different the different levels and they

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different the different levels and they

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different the different levels and they
those confirmation hearings go down so

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those confirmation hearings go down so

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those confirmation hearings go down so
there’s a large number of people that

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there’s a large number of people that

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there’s a large number of people that
need to get named there’s Attorney

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need to get named there’s Attorney

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need to get named there’s Attorney
General positions which are all over the

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General positions which are all over the

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General positions which are all over the
United States there’s the senior judge

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United States there’s the senior judge

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United States there’s the senior judge
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positions throughout the United States

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positions throughout the United States
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and then of course there’s the Supreme

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and then of course there’s the Supreme
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Court justices which there’s not even

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Court justices which there’s not even
seats right now but there’s a lot of

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seats right now but there’s a lot of

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seats right now but there’s a lot of
talk about Ruth Bader Ginsburg who’s

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talk about Ruth Bader Ginsburg who’s

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talk about Ruth Bader Ginsburg who’s
who’s older she’s in her 80s and not in

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who’s older she’s in her 80s and not in

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who’s older she’s in her 80s and not in
particularly good health so she’s one of

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particularly good health so she’s one of

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particularly good health so she’s one of
the people that’s been that’s that

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the people that’s been that’s that

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the people that’s been that’s that
there’s a lot of speculation that her

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there’s a lot of speculation that her

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there’s a lot of speculation that her
seat will come open

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seat will come open

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seat will come open
of course she’s said publicly that she’s

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of course she’s said publicly that she’s

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of course she’s said publicly that she’s
going to absolutely hang on until after

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going to absolutely hang on until after

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going to absolutely hang on until after
the next election which is the

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the next election which is the

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the next election which is the
presidential election coming up in two

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presidential election coming up in two

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presidential election coming up in two
years at 2020 and so she’s she’s

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years at 2020 and so she’s she’s

453
00:08:48,670 –> 00:08:49,750
years at 2020 and so she’s she’s
expecting president

454
00:08:49,750 –> 00:08:49,760
expecting president

455
00:08:49,760 –> 00:08:51,910
expecting president
to lose at that point which I don’t

456
00:08:51,910 –> 00:08:51,920
to lose at that point which I don’t

457
00:08:51,920 –> 00:08:53,770
to lose at that point which I don’t
think so the economy’s just going so

458
00:08:53,770 –> 00:08:53,780
think so the economy’s just going so

459
00:08:53,780 –> 00:08:55,990
think so the economy’s just going so
well it’s so strong I I don’t see that

460
00:08:55,990 –> 00:08:56,000
well it’s so strong I I don’t see that

461
00:08:56,000 –> 00:08:58,210
well it’s so strong I I don’t see that
that happening but you know anything can

462
00:08:58,210 –> 00:08:58,220
that happening but you know anything can

463
00:08:58,220 –> 00:08:59,860
that happening but you know anything can
happen in two years you never know until

464
00:08:59,860 –> 00:08:59,870
happen in two years you never know until

465
00:08:59,870 –> 00:09:02,140
happen in two years you never know until
I talk takeaway then is that at the end

466
00:09:02,140 –> 00:09:02,150
I talk takeaway then is that at the end

467
00:09:02,150 –> 00:09:05,620
I talk takeaway then is that at the end
of the day however this may be being

468
00:09:05,620 –> 00:09:05,630
of the day however this may be being

469
00:09:05,630 –> 00:09:08,110
of the day however this may be being
represented by maybe the New York Times

470
00:09:08,110 –> 00:09:08,120
represented by maybe the New York Times

471
00:09:08,120 –> 00:09:12,040
represented by maybe the New York Times
or some of the other agenda press this

472
00:09:12,040 –> 00:09:12,050
or some of the other agenda press this

473
00:09:12,050 –> 00:09:13,840
or some of the other agenda press this
actually strengthened president Trump’s

474
00:09:13,840 –> 00:09:13,850
actually strengthened president Trump’s

475
00:09:13,850 –> 00:09:18,580
actually strengthened president Trump’s
position across the board in all of the

476
00:09:18,580 –> 00:09:18,590
position across the board in all of the

477
00:09:18,590 –> 00:09:20,950
position across the board in all of the
most important ways it was a big win for

478
00:09:20,950 –> 00:09:20,960
most important ways it was a big win for

479
00:09:20,960 –> 00:09:22,870
most important ways it was a big win for
the president in a lot of kind of

480
00:09:22,870 –> 00:09:22,880
the president in a lot of kind of

481
00:09:22,880 –> 00:09:26,380
the president in a lot of kind of
secondary ways it was a loss for the

482
00:09:26,380 –> 00:09:26,390
secondary ways it was a loss for the

483
00:09:26,390 –> 00:09:29,560
secondary ways it was a loss for the
Protestant not huge a win but it wasn’t

484
00:09:29,560 –> 00:09:29,570
Protestant not huge a win but it wasn’t

485
00:09:29,570 –> 00:09:32,650
Protestant not huge a win but it wasn’t
a huge loss on the other side of it okay

486
00:09:32,650 –> 00:09:32,660
a huge loss on the other side of it okay

487
00:09:32,660 –> 00:09:35,830
a huge loss on the other side of it okay
so and lastly I mean from observing

488
00:09:35,830 –> 00:09:35,840
so and lastly I mean from observing

489
00:09:35,840 –> 00:09:37,630
so and lastly I mean from observing
again from across the border not really

490
00:09:37,630 –> 00:09:37,640
again from across the border not really

491
00:09:37,640 –> 00:09:39,100
again from across the border not really
understanding the system as well as they

492
00:09:39,100 –> 00:09:39,110
understanding the system as well as they

493
00:09:39,110 –> 00:09:42,070
understanding the system as well as they
really should I noticed that for for

494
00:09:42,070 –> 00:09:42,080
really should I noticed that for for

495
00:09:42,080 –> 00:09:42,780
really should I noticed that for for
eight years

496
00:09:42,780 –> 00:09:42,790
eight years

497
00:09:42,790 –> 00:09:45,760
eight years
President Obama seemed to be ruling just

498
00:09:45,760 –> 00:09:45,770
President Obama seemed to be ruling just

499
00:09:45,770 –> 00:09:48,790
President Obama seemed to be ruling just
by Fiat he was just he didn’t seem to be

500
00:09:48,790 –> 00:09:48,800
by Fiat he was just he didn’t seem to be

501
00:09:48,800 –> 00:09:51,250
by Fiat he was just he didn’t seem to be
observing the normal kind of procedures

502
00:09:51,250 –> 00:09:51,260
observing the normal kind of procedures

503
00:09:51,260 –> 00:09:53,740
observing the normal kind of procedures
I guess at the end of the day there’s

504
00:09:53,740 –> 00:09:53,750
I guess at the end of the day there’s

505
00:09:53,750 –> 00:09:55,570
I guess at the end of the day there’s
precedent for that if the Congress gets

506
00:09:55,570 –> 00:09:55,580
precedent for that if the Congress gets

507
00:09:55,580 –> 00:09:57,610
precedent for that if the Congress gets
too much in the way of President Trump

508
00:09:57,610 –> 00:09:57,620
too much in the way of President Trump

509
00:09:57,620 –> 00:10:00,570
too much in the way of President Trump
can he not just start writing out edicts

510
00:10:00,570 –> 00:10:00,580
can he not just start writing out edicts

511
00:10:00,580 –> 00:10:04,090
can he not just start writing out edicts
that’s precisely correct he can exact

512
00:10:04,090 –> 00:10:04,100
that’s precisely correct he can exact

513
00:10:04,100 –> 00:10:06,490
that’s precisely correct he can exact
they do that that is precisely what

514
00:10:06,490 –> 00:10:06,500
they do that that is precisely what

515
00:10:06,500 –> 00:10:08,380
they do that that is precisely what
Obama said and he famously I’m

516
00:10:08,380 –> 00:10:08,390
Obama said and he famously I’m

517
00:10:08,390 –> 00:10:09,820
Obama said and he famously I’m
paraphrasing but he famously said

518
00:10:09,820 –> 00:10:09,830
paraphrasing but he famously said

519
00:10:09,830 –> 00:10:11,530
paraphrasing but he famously said
something like I’ve got a phone and a

520
00:10:11,530 –> 00:10:11,540
something like I’ve got a phone and a

521
00:10:11,540 –> 00:10:14,500
something like I’ve got a phone and a
piece of paper and a pen which the the

522
00:10:14,500 –> 00:10:14,510
piece of paper and a pen which the the

523
00:10:14,510 –> 00:10:15,790
piece of paper and a pen which the the
point he was trying to make is that he

524
00:10:15,790 –> 00:10:15,800
point he was trying to make is that he

525
00:10:15,800 –> 00:10:17,590
point he was trying to make is that he
can write through executive orders a

526
00:10:17,590 –> 00:10:17,600
can write through executive orders a

527
00:10:17,600 –> 00:10:19,570
can write through executive orders a
great deal that people then have to

528
00:10:19,570 –> 00:10:19,580
great deal that people then have to

529
00:10:19,580 –> 00:10:22,570
great deal that people then have to
follow and the problem with that the

530
00:10:22,570 –> 00:10:22,580
follow and the problem with that the

531
00:10:22,580 –> 00:10:24,400
follow and the problem with that the
negative of that is that as soon as you

532
00:10:24,400 –> 00:10:24,410
negative of that is that as soon as you

533
00:10:24,410 –> 00:10:26,470
negative of that is that as soon as you
leave office all of that stuff goes out

534
00:10:26,470 –> 00:10:26,480
leave office all of that stuff goes out

535
00:10:26,480 –> 00:10:28,420
leave office all of that stuff goes out
the door and that’s essentially what if

536
00:10:28,420 –> 00:10:28,430
the door and that’s essentially what if

537
00:10:28,430 –> 00:10:30,340
the door and that’s essentially what if
the next president decides to do that

538
00:10:30,340 –> 00:10:30,350
the next president decides to do that

539
00:10:30,350 –> 00:10:32,140
the next president decides to do that
and that’s what President Trump has done

540
00:10:32,140 –> 00:10:32,150
and that’s what President Trump has done

541
00:10:32,150 –> 00:10:34,180
and that’s what President Trump has done
he just revoked almost all of that stuff

542
00:10:34,180 –> 00:10:34,190
he just revoked almost all of that stuff

543
00:10:34,190 –> 00:10:36,730
he just revoked almost all of that stuff
that that President Obama just did by

544
00:10:36,730 –> 00:10:36,740
that that President Obama just did by

545
00:10:36,740 –> 00:10:38,320
that that President Obama just did by
signing it in through executive order

546
00:10:38,320 –> 00:10:38,330
signing it in through executive order

547
00:10:38,330 –> 00:10:41,820
signing it in through executive order
now of course for the next two years

548
00:10:41,820 –> 00:10:41,830
now of course for the next two years

549
00:10:41,830 –> 00:10:44,170
now of course for the next two years
President Trump can just do that through

550
00:10:44,170 –> 00:10:44,180
President Trump can just do that through

551
00:10:44,180 –> 00:10:45,580
President Trump can just do that through
executive order to do a lot of the

552
00:10:45,580 –> 00:10:45,590
executive order to do a lot of the

553
00:10:45,590 –> 00:10:48,100
executive order to do a lot of the
things he wants and clearly now Congress

554
00:10:48,100 –> 00:10:48,110
things he wants and clearly now Congress

555
00:10:48,110 –> 00:10:49,720
things he wants and clearly now Congress
is going to be deadlocked and and so

556
00:10:49,720 –> 00:10:49,730
is going to be deadlocked and and so

557
00:10:49,730 –> 00:10:51,580
is going to be deadlocked and and so
very little legislatively it’s going to

558
00:10:51,580 –> 00:10:51,590
very little legislatively it’s going to

559
00:10:51,590 –> 00:10:53,050
very little legislatively it’s going to
go forward it’s just not going to move

560
00:10:53,050 –> 00:10:53,060
go forward it’s just not going to move

561
00:10:53,060 –> 00:10:54,370
go forward it’s just not going to move
budget it’s probably going to be

562
00:10:54,370 –> 00:10:54,380
budget it’s probably going to be

563
00:10:54,380 –> 00:10:55,510
budget it’s probably going to be
deadlocked they’re gonna have to do

564
00:10:55,510 –> 00:10:55,520
deadlocked they’re gonna have to do

565
00:10:55,520 –> 00:10:58,420
deadlocked they’re gonna have to do
continuing resolutions they who knows

566
00:10:58,420 –> 00:10:58,430
continuing resolutions they who knows

567
00:10:58,430 –> 00:11:00,770
continuing resolutions they who knows
there’s always a threats of going

568
00:11:00,770 –> 00:11:00,780
there’s always a threats of going

569
00:11:00,780 –> 00:11:03,110
there’s always a threats of going
shut down and all this stuff but I don’t

570
00:11:03,110 –> 00:11:03,120
shut down and all this stuff but I don’t

571
00:11:03,120 –> 00:11:04,640
shut down and all this stuff but I don’t
think any of that’s going to happen I

572
00:11:04,640 –> 00:11:04,650
think any of that’s going to happen I

573
00:11:04,650 –> 00:11:07,190
think any of that’s going to happen I
don’t think that’s anything that’s going

574
00:11:07,190 –> 00:11:07,200
don’t think that’s anything that’s going

575
00:11:07,200 –> 00:11:08,750
don’t think that’s anything that’s going
to serve the purposes of the president

576
00:11:08,750 –> 00:11:08,760
to serve the purposes of the president

577
00:11:08,760 –> 00:11:10,610
to serve the purposes of the president
so they’re gonna they’re gonna shut the

578
00:11:10,610 –> 00:11:10,620
so they’re gonna they’re gonna shut the

579
00:11:10,620 –> 00:11:11,600
so they’re gonna they’re gonna shut the
Democrats are going to shut the

580
00:11:11,600 –> 00:11:11,610
Democrats are going to shut the

581
00:11:11,610 –> 00:11:14,540
Democrats are going to shut the
basically any progress down any changes

582
00:11:14,540 –> 00:11:14,550
basically any progress down any changes

583
00:11:14,550 –> 00:11:16,430
basically any progress down any changes
there they’re pretty much gonna shut

584
00:11:16,430 –> 00:11:16,440
there they’re pretty much gonna shut

585
00:11:16,440 –> 00:11:17,660
there they’re pretty much gonna shut
down of course like they’re threatening

586
00:11:17,660 –> 00:11:17,670
down of course like they’re threatening

587
00:11:17,670 –> 00:11:19,610
down of course like they’re threatening
to impeach and investigate and all of

588
00:11:19,610 –> 00:11:19,620
to impeach and investigate and all of

589
00:11:19,620 –> 00:11:21,650
to impeach and investigate and all of
this the president is already starting

590
00:11:21,650 –> 00:11:21,660
this the president is already starting

591
00:11:21,660 –> 00:11:23,870
this the president is already starting
to push back and Mitch McConnell who’s

592
00:11:23,870 –> 00:11:23,880
to push back and Mitch McConnell who’s

593
00:11:23,880 –> 00:11:28,790
to push back and Mitch McConnell who’s
the majority leader for the Senate for

594
00:11:28,790 –> 00:11:28,800
the majority leader for the Senate for

595
00:11:28,800 –> 00:11:30,500
the majority leader for the Senate for
the Republicans has already said you

596
00:11:30,500 –> 00:11:30,510
the Republicans has already said you

597
00:11:30,510 –> 00:11:32,000
the Republicans has already said you
know don’t don’t play that game you do

598
00:11:32,000 –> 00:11:32,010
know don’t don’t play that game you do

599
00:11:32,010 –> 00:11:33,200
know don’t don’t play that game you do
that and we’re gonna we’re gonna push

600
00:11:33,200 –> 00:11:33,210
that and we’re gonna we’re gonna push

601
00:11:33,210 –> 00:11:35,120
that and we’re gonna we’re gonna push
back and they are numb you know Mitch

602
00:11:35,120 –> 00:11:35,130
back and they are numb you know Mitch

603
00:11:35,130 –> 00:11:36,680
back and they are numb you know Mitch
McConnell the president United States if

604
00:11:36,680 –> 00:11:36,690
McConnell the president United States if

605
00:11:36,690 –> 00:11:38,210
McConnell the president United States if
they’re cooperating well on this or in a

606
00:11:38,210 –> 00:11:38,220
they’re cooperating well on this or in a

607
00:11:38,220 –> 00:11:40,130
they’re cooperating well on this or in a
position to to push back very

608
00:11:40,130 –> 00:11:40,140
position to to push back very

609
00:11:40,140 –> 00:11:42,680
position to to push back very
effectively Brad Johnson thank you very

610
00:11:42,680 –> 00:11:42,690
effectively Brad Johnson thank you very

611
00:11:42,690 –> 00:11:44,390
effectively Brad Johnson thank you very
much for taking the time to give us some

612
00:11:44,390 –> 00:11:44,400
much for taking the time to give us some

613
00:11:44,400 –> 00:11:46,310
much for taking the time to give us some
clarity on this I know it could be

614
00:11:46,310 –> 00:11:46,320
clarity on this I know it could be

615
00:11:46,320 –> 00:11:47,570
clarity on this I know it could be
confusing to those of us that don’t

616
00:11:47,570 –> 00:11:47,580
confusing to those of us that don’t

617
00:11:47,580 –> 00:11:49,160
confusing to those of us that don’t
understand the system pretty well

618
00:11:49,160 –> 00:11:49,170
understand the system pretty well

619
00:11:49,170 –> 00:11:51,380
understand the system pretty well
most Americans here in the United States

620
00:11:51,380 –> 00:11:51,390
most Americans here in the United States

621
00:11:51,390 –> 00:11:52,970
most Americans here in the United States
don’t understand it very well either so

622
00:11:52,970 –> 00:11:52,980
don’t understand it very well either so

623
00:11:52,980 –> 00:11:55,360
don’t understand it very well either so
you’re you’re you’re in good company

624
00:11:55,360 –> 00:11:55,370
you’re you’re you’re in good company

625
00:11:55,370 –> 00:12:27,680
you’re you’re you’re in good company
until next time

626
00:12:27,680 –> 00:12:27,690

627
00:12:27,690 –> 00:12:32,420
[Music]

628
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629
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