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We have to rise above partisanship in our personal relationships. That we have to treat each other with respect and dignity and with a sense of amicability that the rest of the world doesn't often share. Elena's relationship with justice Scalia is well known.>> Even though he didn't invite me to his birthday party.
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>> I know. Neil Gorsuch and I are doing a lot of work together in promoting civic education in the United States. Whether and how we can accommodate the differences in our judicial approaches is a much more difficult questions on some things. But we do manage to agree on lots of things, and to the extent we can avoid ruling in such expansive ways as to foreclose continued conversation, I think we have a chance of holding on to our legitimacy.