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He's the highest ranking Republican in Washington he just sat down exclusively with our -- -- rich ads in rich I understand no topic was off limits.
What is incubator have to say about our current annual policy.
-- well when it comes to energy we asked him directly about what the president proposed yesterday more tax credits for fuel efficient cars.
And spending to -- communities to basically.
Be a more open to those fuel efficient cars and speaker basically said.
It's a non starter.
Well that's that I have anything to do with the price of gasoline.
In other president overnight we got news.
That he's personally lobbying senators.
To vote against an amendment in the senate today.
That -- -- speed up the approval of the Keystone Pipeline.
President -- -- -- for all of the above energy strategy.
And they -- lobbying against the Keystone Pipeline which supported by almost 7% of the American people.
-- matching up with the rhetoric that he's using.
And the fact there's the president -- one to blame must for blocking the Keystone Pipeline.
And and here it is the president himself.
Personally calling senators asking them the vote against.
Of this amount of the sounds of it today you know grand bargain has been used before in the works on energy -- you would have tax credits renewed and you would -- the president of last week's.
I had a conversation -- Mitch McConnell myself.
That he was willing to work all of us on some of bipartisan pieces.
Of energy legislation.
Not seen any evidence of what they are but.
You couldn't find a better example.
Of flow of -- bipartisan energy bill in the Keystone Pipeline.
-- You look at some of the reporting from this morning it's it's that house speaker needs to find unity within the Republican Party unity unity issue.
Is there a problem with unity with the Republican Party and if so -- dressed as a we've got a majority.
Two and 42 members.
89 of them are fresh.
Remembers -- half of whom have never serve the public office.
When you try to throw this majority other they've been through baptism of fire but you're not gonna always have agreement on what the way forward -- About our members.
Are probably the most committed group of members.
For doing the right thing here in Washington and I've ever seen in the 21 years -- I've been here probably doing a great job.
But that doesn't mean they're always gonna rerouted and I've got eleven Brothers and sisters.
It was pretty are from my -- to -- separate us on the same page.
And we have 241.
Of my colleagues.
There's a lot of work to get him to -- together.
And do what you don't wanna do.
In the in the eighty you -- -- and president and speaker to different parties get together on tax reform in the ninety's it was welfare reform.
Com is there an Obama Boehner issue that can achieve some type of compromise on some major piece of legislation in the works.
Well we're almost there last summer you know we were having a conversation.
About a big -- -- agreement.
To reduce our debt and our deficit.
It's unfortunate that we were not able to come to an agreement.
I look at it -- -- of one of the biggest disappointments.
That I went through last year.
Familiar as I've put everything I had -- this.
To try to come to an agreement.
On the on the on the president president lost -- -- More than related every day to do I think it's in the best interest of our country.
About I need a partner to work work.
And in -- there's this election coming up is gonna be a referendum.
Follow on the president's economic policies.
-- as policy is not helped our economy.
I would argue that made it works.
And so it's.
This present like to say to me over the last your moment are having a disagreement.
Over this -- that well job.
That's what elections are for.
Yes mister president -- So with that after this election there seems to be this belief among folks in Washington nothing is going to happen until after the election.
Doesn't need to -- some Republicans have passed over thirty.
A jobs bills and are sitting over the United States.
We're gonna pass another bill today's -- the jobs -- Would help small businesses have better access to capital breakdown some of the barriers red tape when they get in the way of what trying to create the new business.
President says he supports -- we welcome his support.
It's time for the senate to act.
-- one house of congress can't do -- all.
Oh and are members of past dozens and dozens of bills one help our economy.
Slow -- the regulatory onslaught here in Washington at some point the United States senate has to do something.
Solicit -- White House position on the debt deal reached this -- is that there couldn't be any more spending cuts beyond that beyond that.
What's known as discretionary spending of about a trillion dollars what we ask the speaker.
Will Republicans push for more spending cuts beyond that debt deal he said we can certainly do more.
Back to you rich -- -- good -- thank you so much.
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