Senators talk bipartisanship in the wake of congressional baseball practice shooting

ABC News' Ali Rogin chats with Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Chuck Grassley about the importance of bipartisanship after the attack.
2:09 | 06/19/17

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Transcript for Senators talk bipartisanship in the wake of congressional baseball practice shooting
Chipping off the policy issues for a minute. Last week. The horrific shooting at the Republican. Softball practice. That actually seemed to be a bit about. It a turning point in terms of some of that very heated rhetoric. That has been happening sought after that shooting a lot of members coming out about sides and saying. We all need to take a step back and recognize that we're all here for the same reasons so can speak to that it seems like. You know the fact that you have this friendship. Again the it's not that this is I think that didn't exist before. But is there more importance that should be placed on. Respectful rhetoric and bipartisanship and might last week's events. I see Republicans blaming Democrats might be Democrats when Republicans but we've all got. Probably have to deal with the that is when it doubtful. And and he would help the offense the White House it was home bell bit too because. People's. Normal congress' a bunch of faces 535. It doesn't stand out if a senator Grassley of senator over dart says something. That there ought to be some change made like the president says there ought to be some change. If I was actually went to the baseball game a few days after the shooting and that was just incredible off foreign leaders Pelosi Ryan. McConnell and Chamberlain now on the field they actually look like they write to each other. Back together and they spoke in unison and that game was a lot of fun and that often means nothing Democrats want McCain. Eight team that trophy to the Republicans and absent put it in Steve's office and I just hope that spirit. Will be brought in the on this game and that remembering that were not fifteen teams one team for America in this kind. He's being well. Oh forces. Better whether it's with conflicts whether it is swift. People that want to do us harm or whether it's just simply global competition. At that we need to function better government.

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