Could bipartisanship rise with Trump government? – The Hill


President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpReport: Bob Dole organized Trump’s Taiwan call Conway may lead new pro-Trump group: report Lessig offers free help to electors wanting to vote against Trump: report MORE’s surprise victory has raised hopes among a cross-section of lawmakers, business leaders and former public officials that his lack of grounding in the policy battles of recent years could improve the chances of bipartisanship in Washington. 

Lawmakers in both parties — current and former — say Trump’s election was a “disruptive” event that may redraw ideological boundaries in Washington. 

Those with an optimistic take even think it could lead to breakthroughs on healthcare and tax and entitlement reforms, which have gone nowhere over the past six years. 

“I do think there’s a synergy available here that would not be available under other circumstances,” Sen.


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