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Sen. Mark Warner: Bipartisanship Most Important Priority for Next President

 ("The Cats Roundtable"/AM 970 The Answer)

By    |   Sunday, 19 Jun 2016 05:35 PM

The most important work for whoever is elected as the next president is to immediately set a new tone of bipartisanship, Sen. Mark Warner said.

Speaking on "The Cats Roundtable" Sunday radio show on AM 970 New York hosted by John Catsimatidis, Warner stressed that the new tone must "recognize that the best policy is made not by the people with the loudest voices on either end of the political spectrum.”

The Virginia Democratic senator said that compromise must once again be seen as a virtue. "There are a lot of good people in both political parties … [and] we have to make it safe for them to work together again.

Warner downplayed speculation that he is on presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's shortlist for vice president, saying, "I don't think I'm on a shortlist. My friend, Tim Kaine ... would be a good choice for Secretary Clinton."

Warner, who serves on the Senate Intelligence Committee, also spoke about the aftermath of the Orlando terrorist attack, stressing that the fight against ISIS will take a multifaceted approach, particularly a much greater collaboration with European countries regarding intelligence sharing.

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The most important work for whoever is elected as the next president is to immediately set a new tone of bipartisanship, Sen. Mark Warner said. Speaking on The Cats Roundtable Sunday radio show on AM 970 New York hosted by John Catsimatidis, Warner stressed that the new...
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