Sen. Pat Toomey (R., Penn.) chatted with Fox and Friends the morning after his big night out with President Obama. Was it all a P.R. stunt?
Watch the following clip via our friends at the Washington Free Beacon to find out the details:
“It was very candid, it was cordial, but it was also substantive. Everybody had a chance to make points they wanted to make. There was back and forth. There was substantive discussion about actual fiscal policy, priorities and alternatives and ideas. So the idea wasn’t that we were going to negotiate a deal last night. That was never part of the plan. That isn’t going to happen over one dinner, but I think it was a constructive exchange.”
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