Donna Brazile, the interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, said on Sunday that President-elect Donald Trump has an “enormous” opportunity to find common ground with Democrats in the early days of his presidency.
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“If it’s ‘my way or the highway,’ what you’re going to see again is another round of gridlock in Washington, D.C.” she said on ABC’s “This Week.” “You’re going to see retribution and retaliation.”
The Hill notes,
Brazile said Trump has an “enormous” opportunity, as has every president in his first 100 days, “to show that he’s eager to find common ground, to meet with Democrats.“
Have them over for breakfast, have them over for afternoon tea, and see if you can find some common ground,” she suggested.