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I think similarly today, the party has lost its way. We've given in to nativism and protectionism. And I think that if we're gonna be a governing party in the future, a majority party, we've gotta go back to traditional conservatism.>> Are Republican leaders complicit in this if they don't call out their President?
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>> I do think so. I think that, obviously, the last thing you wanna do is wake up every morning and see a tweet, and think, it's tough not to just say, I'm not gonna respond. And we can't respond to everything. But there are times when you have to stand up and say, I'm sorry.
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This is wrong. There are truths that are self-evident. Until we recognize that we've got to get together, whether it's on health care or taxes. If we wanna move ahead on those issues and have something that the President can sign, I would submit we better start looking across the aisle.