On Leadership: Tom Daschle on the Majority-Minority flip
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On Leadership: Tom Daschle on the Majority-Minority flip

Former Senate Majority and Minority Leader Tom Daschle talks with Washington Post columnist Steven Pearlstein about how the political process is leaving Congress in such disrepair that "once you have it, you can't do anything with it." (AJ Chavar and Lillian Cunningham/The Washington Post)

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