Retiring Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told CNN’s State of the Union Sunday morning that voters wanted Congress to work together to advance legislation, but also desired Congress to stop and listen to the people.
Bachmann touted a proposed bipartisan summit. “It will be communicating about what we heard on last Tuesday from the American people,” she said. “They do want us to move forward. They do want us to get things done.”
“But the first thing they did is they held up a big stop sign,” she added. “They said we don’t like what’s been coming out of Washington, D.C. Listen to us. …We have to implement what people said to us on Tuesday. Then we’ll be successful.”
Watch the clip below, via CNN:
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