House Speaker Hakeem Jeffries Talks Republicans, State of the Union Address
House Speaker Hakeem Jeffries spoke recently about current tensions between Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives.
House Speaker Hakeem Jeffries spoke recently about current tensions between Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives. He also discussed the upcoming State of the Union Address before Congress.
Jeffries noted that both sides of the aisle need to work together to pass legislation for the benefit of the American people. He lamented that too much time had been wasted on “petty politics” at the expense of meaningful progress. While acknowledging that differences of opinion would remain, Jeffries expressed hope that both sides could resolve their differences to pass laws for the betterment of citizens.
He also discussed the upcoming State of the Union Address, which is scheduled for later this month. Jeffries noted that the president typically outlines his administration’s plans for the coming year during the speech, and expressed a desire to see both political parties work together to accomplish common goals.
Throughout the discussion Jeffries emphasized his belief that collaboration between Democrats and Republicans could bring about better results for the American people. He noted that with strong communication and patience, the two sides could come together and pass legislation that would benefit people from coast to coast.