There is a well accepted maxim in any sort of negotiation technique that states that its always best to let your adversary believe they’ve got the better end of the deal. This comes to mind after hearing the following interview between Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade and Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) in which the Senator claims that it was Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) that got the better end of recent lame-duck session legislation, and not his own Grand Old Party.
Graham said “when it’s all going to be said and done, Harry Reid has eaten our lunch,” adding “tis has been a capitulation in two weeks of dramatic proportions of policies that wouldn’t have passed in the new Congress.”
Listen to the clip from Fox News radio below:
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