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CSPAN
Jul 23, 2016 2:30pm EDT
as speaker. you have george bush elected as president in 2000 losing the popular vote, but winning the electoral college fight by the bare minimum and nominally he had the majority of the house and senate. a senator from vermont switched parties and became a democrat. they had control of the senate, we had 9/11, the republicans controlled the senate and the house. by 2006, the american public again soured on what was happening and it wasn't just they were, in my view, not just disapproving of what george bush was doing, they were disapproving of what the republicans in congress were doing, too, they threw the republicans out of the house and senate. it's getting worse over time because i thought it's going to be a dozen years before the republicans take the house back again after losing it, it's just the way it's going to be and then barack obama wins huge victory in 2008. 2010 comes around and republicans take the house back and make huge gains in the senate. and so barack obama had a two-year window of one party control and the american people said, we don't like the direction th
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2016 10:52pm EDT
years newt lost a few seats then he left as speaker. but then you have george bush elected as president. in 2000, losing the popular vote, but winning the electoral college by the bare minimum. and nominally he had the majority of the house and senate so the democrats after a few months had control of the senate. then we had 9/11, the republicans ended up controlling the senate and the house, but by 2006 the american public again soured on what was happening and it wasn't just they were in my view not just disapproving of what george bush was doing, i think they're disapproving what the republicans in congress were doing, too, and they threw the republicans out of power in the house and senate. and my ability to do things is getting worse over time because i thought it will be a dozen years at least before the republicans take the house back after losing it -- you know, that's the way it's going to be and then barack obama wins huge victory in 2008, 2010 comes around and republicans take the house back and make huge gains in the senate. so barack obama had a two-year window of one party
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