He noted the disconnect between how senators talk in private, where comity and fellowship is common, and how they talk in public, where mistrust and vituperation are the order of the day.
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"My message is the Senate shouldn't die," Mr. Sasse said. "It's an important place, and we should act like it, and we should be solving big problems, and I think most people will totally recognize that's true."
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