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STEPHANOPOULOS: That's 2017. And it's also a fact right now, David Plouffe, that the public seems to have lost confidence in President Obama, both his confidence, and for the first time in -- whether he's honest and trustworthy. How does the president turn it around right now? If you were back in the White House right now you'd be planning that
DICKERSON: When you talk about in your book the sour politics of austerity, are you talking about your cousins in Washington, the Republicans running things here? WALKER: Well, you know, I talk about the difference between Republicans in Washington and Republicans in the states. And one of the key differences is we talk about things that are rel
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