Re: What is your question?
Transcript: Oh what a hard question. That’s a terrific question. I would like to interview three people. I’d like to put three people in the room at one . . . at one time: the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi; Harry Reid, the majority leader in the Senate; and President Bush. And I’d like to . . . I’d like to say to them, you know, “When I was a kid I had a favorite aunt – Aunt Jay. And she’d come into the room, and the cousins would all be smacking each other around, and Aunt Jay would say, ‘Now fight nice.’” And I would like to say to Nancy, and Harry, and George, “Why can’t you fight nice?”
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