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    Rep. Darrell Issa on Chairman Gowdy, Benghazi and the hallway incident

    Rep. Darrell Issa says Trey Gowdy was exactly the right choice for the Oversight Committee and says it was Democratic staff who objected to his presence at the June 2015 deposition of Sidney Blumenthal. He also responds to a headline from a story that says he was "kicked out" of the deposition and says it was frustrating that Democrats didn't want him standing in a corner of the room.

    • 8 minutes
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    President Obama Veto Threat

    President Obama says he will veto any bill that would prevent the successful implementation of this agreement.

    • 1 minute
    • 13 views
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    President Obama: "It would be irresponsible to walk away from this deal"

    President Obama describes the consequences of not taking the Iran nuclear deal.

    • 2 minutes
    • 8 views
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    George Bush on No Child Left Behind

    George Bush makes comments on NCLB in Hamilton, Ohio on the day the bill was signed.

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    Rep. Sablan Questions Sec. Vilsack

    On June 15, 2015

    • 6 minutes
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    C-SPAN Moves to Twenty-Four Hour Coverage

    On the eve of going to 24-hour coverage, in September 1982, Brian Lamb explains how the network will choose what to air on holidays and slow news days.

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    Rev. Terry Ribble gives opening prayer in the U.S. House

    Rev. Terry Ribble of Grace Bible Church in Dunmore, PA gives the House prayer on April 23, 2015. Rev. Ribble is the brother of Rep. Reid Ribble (R-WI), who went on to introduce and praise him before the House.

    • 3 minutes
    • 138 views
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    Clay Aiken on Hillary Clinton

    Clay Aiken responds to a caller on C-SPAN's Washington Journal who asks about his support for Hillary Clinton and the documentary he was a part of.

    • 2 minutes
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    Lou Hoover Parts with her Social Secretary

    Historians describe how Lou Hoover let her social secretary go and then caused a media stir by inviting Mrs. De Priest, an African American wife of a Chicago Congressman, to the White House for tea. The controversy ultimately had political effects for President Hoover, who did not have a solid base of Southern support in Congress at the time.

    • 8 minutes
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    Henry Baker says Harry Reid favors the Republican

    A C-SPAN caller says Sen. Reid cozies up to Republicans, and Sen. Reid responds "I don't talk about all Republicans the way I talk about Paul Laxalt"

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