National Journal’s Jim O’Sullivan writes about strategists’ reactions to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s unyielding stance on the possibility of a government shutdown. O’Sullivan turned to David Winston for his outlook on McConnell’s stance, as highlighted by his appearance on Meet the Press:
“All the discourse is: is government going to shut down? My sense of what McConnell is trying to drive home is we finally have the situation to actually get some things done,” Winston said, adding that the upcoming debates over the continuing resolution and debt ceiling present “this unique bipartisan moment” that could remake the nation’s fiscal outlook.
“What McConnell was trying to do was to get David Gregory to think differently about the opportunity,” Winston said.
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