As a Senator, Hillary Clinton Got Along With the GOP. Could She Do So as President?

by Shawn Zeller of Roll Call

 

 

As a senator, Hillary Clinton got along with GOP colleagues, mostly working on noncontroversial issues. Could she work with Republicans as President?

It looks increasingly likely that voters this November will have a clear choice. In Donald Trump, they’d have a true Washington outsider seeking to upend the way of doing business in the capital. In Hillary Clinton, a creature of Washington, they’d have a politician with a lengthy government resume and an argument that her experience would enable her to grease the wheels of government after years of gridlock.

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