In the interview, he invited Republicans to campaign on their record of fiscal integrity, as a budget surplus turned into a $1.3 trillion deficit under the Bush administration, when Republicans controlled Congress and the White House.
“We’re certainly willing to have that discussion. The difference is that we’ll have that discussion in the context of a campaign,” he said. “We haven’t — in the midst of a crisis — tried to campaign every day in the halls of Congress.”
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