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Boehner in 1996: Clinton not bargaining in "good faith" on budget

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Boehner in 1996: Clinton not bargaining in "good faith" on budget

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In an appearance on "Face the Nation" January 7, 1996, the day after then-President Bill Clinton signed legislation to re-open the government, Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, voiced concern over whether the president would "work with us honestly to balance the budget."

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