Sen. Cory Booker on Civility in Politics and Working with Mitch McConnell

Published on July 23, 2019

Senator Cory Booker talks about staying civil in today’s political climate and working with a Senate led by Mitch McConnell.

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  • Sander Boer 1 year ago

    ‘moral vandalism’, nice.

  • Co Fa 1 year ago

    This man have The Right Stuff.

  • Rohypno tist 1 year ago

    Corporate Cory Booker …Bought and paid for .

  • Lea Jones 1 year ago

    I’m still not sold on Mr. Booker

  • clydefrosch 1 year ago

    Don’t sell the prison bill as a win. It affects such a small fraction and donald is selling it off as his win 100%.

    Not to mention he’s likely to just undo it if he’s reelected to appease his base again.

  • William Cortelyou 1 year ago

    Showing the average American were not that different, and showing the people who own pretty much everything want us to bicker, so they can get away with huge tax breaks, stupid religious laws, and selling guns to anyone with a pulse. I’m not sure if Booker is the candidate to beat Trump. However, his message is real. I’m a liberal who grew up around the deepest south. I love my good ol boy friends from high school. Yeah, they’ll make a super racist jokes here and there, and own way to many guns. But. Huge Butt. They don’t hate like a poster child racist. They have black friends, Spanish girlfriends, vice versa. And even if they don’t, and are just run of the mill red necks, only the real assholes are actually str8 racist. If we all could come together, and stop fighting people who, like all of us, are just trying to make life work, and actually hold the people who literally spend daily what some hard working people make in a lifetime responsible for a fair share of taxes and income for employees, distributied based on current inflammation rates, America could regrow the middle class, and stop money from influencing politics. Sorry if this is a bit of a ramble. Coming home from a 10 shift.


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