On Leadership: Former Reagan Chief of Staff Ken Duberstein
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On Leadership: Former Reagan Chief of Staff Ken Duberstein

Ken Duberstein talks about how Reagan won over Democrats in Congress, why the president is the country's "second-best lobbyist," and why transcending partisanship is a must for the new administration. Video by Akira Hakuta & Rebecca Davis/washingtonpost.com. Editing & Production by Liz Tenety, Andrea Useem & Lauren Gentile/washingtonpost.com.

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