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There is no bipartisanship when Republicans promise to vote no, Joe.
The Republican Senate has promised to vote no on everything. There goes "bipartisanship."
South Dakota was created to pack the Senate, and West Virginia statehood was seen as unconstitutional and illegal, Mehdi Hasan pointed out
Manchin, the self-appointed king of the Senate, has been proclaiming lots of stuff about how the Senate should work lately, much of it ill-informed and all of it delusional.
Senator Joe Manchin won't accept any changes to filibuster because he loves bipartisanship? Where are your ten Republican colleagues to vote for infrastructure, Senator?
Claire McCaskill talks strategy.
"If Joe Manchin decides to walk to the other side of the aisle, Mitch McConnell is back in charge," the former senator told Lawrence O'Donnell.
The current debate over the filibuster includes returning it to the days where Senators had to hold the floor for hours and hours. And Manchin says he's open to that? Huge.
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