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WASHINGTON WEEK

Calls for unity in the aftermath of Congressional shooting

  • Aired: 06/17/2017
  • 25:03
  • Rating: NR
Republicans and Democrats came together for a moment of bipartisan unity after Rep. Steve Scalise was critically wounded in a shooting at a Congressional baseball practice. Moments like this are a test of leadership and civility for elected officials that so often retreat to partisan corners. But the united moment doesn't remove the very serious divides officials have on issues like health care.
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