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Press Secretary Josh McGarry approaches the podium. 

“The President is extremely disappointed in the precedent being set for playing partisan politics with a nomination. This is a very dangerous precedent to set especially in a climate where both the executive and legislature must work together. The President  hopes this partisan politics goes to the wayside as she continues to bring the country together. President Tillman also issued her first veto for a bill that does not address the immigration crisis in our country and the only way to do that is through the comprehensive immigration reform bill we will be rolling out in the coming days. I will now take your questions.”

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1 hour ago, Chris said:

Press Secretary Josh McGarry approaches the podium. 

“The President is extremely disappointed in the precedent being set for playing partisan politics with a nomination. This is a very dangerous precedent to set especially in a climate where both the executive and legislature must work together. The President  hopes this partisan politics goes to the wayside as she continues to bring the country together. President Tillman also issued her first veto for a bill that does not address the immigration crisis in our country and the only way to do that is through the comprehensive immigration reform bill we will be rolling out in the coming days. I will now take your questions.”

Adam Preston, 538 Politics Podcast

With such a contentious relationship with Congress forming so quickly into the President's administration, is there any concern of hurting the reputation she has tried to cultivate as someone who can work well with the opposition?

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10 minutes ago, Bruce said:

Adam Preston, 538 Politics Podcast

With such a contentious relationship with Congress forming so quickly into the President's administration, is there any concern of hurting the reputation she has tried to cultivate as someone who can work well with the opposition?

President Tillman is not concerned with her reputation changing as she shown the nation she is willing to do what is necessary to bring this country together. Since taking the oath she has demonstrated her determination to unifying this country in the actions such as nominating a Republican as Secretary of State. She has also been praised by both Republicans and Democrats on her actions with Turkey. We believe this will only continue when we roll out our comprehensive immigration reform bill. 

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