Former and current White House and congressional advisers discussed the relations between Congress and the president. They talked about the effects of having a president of one party and a Congress of the other.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Patrick J. Griffin Assistant to the President (Former) White House->Legislative Affairs
- Daniel Meyer Chief of Staff (Former) U.S. House of Representatives->Gingrich, N. (R-GA)
- Janet Murguia Deputy Assistant White House->Legislative Affairs
- James A. Thurber Founder and Director American University->Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies
- Stephen Wayne Professor Georgetown University->Government Department
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