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We will send the president bill after bill.
Returning power and programs to the states and to the people.
Bob Dole was a disaster of the senate serving from 1969.
To 96 price as the senate majority leader.
He prided himself on his ability to cut a deal hoping work out bipartisan compromises to save social security and reform the tax cut.
Which is why he's so troubled by the gridlock and dysfunction.
On Capitol Hill now.
When you see what's happening in Washington today -- chronic failure to be able to solve our problems.
How frustrating is it for a legislator like -- And came to him almost.
That we can get together blood sugar.
-- -- we weren't perfect by along.
The -- -- that our work done is the senate broken.
In this bed.
But it they are -- senator Arlen -- kind of is like herding cats.
And it takes leadership summit -- the stand up and say we're gonna do this.
And I used to.
We get to group together responsible for that area and and didn't work together and not get up and leave.
Sit com and when you reached an agreement.
Most of or.
Does and -- was -- -- run.
Take this step with them you take the political -- what -- leader takes -- and as a penalty for leadership.
And wanted to take on -- In the interview we ask Donald about some of the people he's dealt -- the last half century from Richard Nixon to Barack Obama.
And on this Memorial Day weekend he reflects on what he says was the defining of that of his life.
World war two and is continuing bond to the greatest generation.
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