First things first: yes he bungled his response to the Mueller Report on MSNBC.
However, Congressman Woodall did outline a path for bipartisanship in D.C. Part of that involves politicians (and the chattering class) divorcing themselves from the voters “who have a thirst for something.”
“We’ve got to get out of that business of celebrating our failures more than we celebrate our successes,” Woodall said. “We’ve got the opportunities for that–transportation, infrastructure and the question is: ‘Will we take yes for an answer.'”
Foreign trips provide ample opportunities for cross-party comity, he added. “Because we stand there not as Republicans or Democrats but shoulder to shoulder as Americans.
“I recognize that’s a problem both parties are facing today. I can’t find where that blame began. All I know is what we can do as bipartisan partners to stop it.
“There is still a wild majority of hard working men and women on both sides of the aisle who just want to get something done.”