The Republican Problem for Republicans

Todd's Take inside the beltway

Friday, March 23, 2012 - 12:16 PM

WNYC

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is leading the pack of GOP hopefuls, but that doesn't mean he's escaped criticism for not being able to unify the Republican party: some say he's not conservative enough, or that he's not likable. Of course, the perceived inability to unify the party isn't unique to Romney.

Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich explains that if you look at the lack of action on the transportation bill in Congress, it's a problem for the GOP leadership, as well.

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Leo Duran

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Todd Zwillich

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