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Congressman Robert Wexler on Obama and the DNC

The New Republic's Dayo Olopade interviews Florida Congressman Robert Wexler on the DNC, Barack Obama's Presidential qualifications, and whether to reign in executive powers widened under the Bush Administration in favor of civil liberties. FORA.tv coverage of the DNC: http://for?a.tv/topic?/democrati?c_conventi?on The New Republic on FORA.tv: http://fora.tv/partner/new_republic ----- Robert Wexler is a Democratic member of Congress serving his sixth term in the House of Representatives. Wexler has been named one of the "50 Most Effective Legislators in Congress," by the influential magazine Congressional Quarterly and was named to the Forward 50 list as one of the most influential leaders in the American Jewish community. Congressman Wexler sits on three committees: the House Commitee on Foreign Affairs, where he serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Europe; the House Judiciary Commitee; and the House Committee on Financial Services. Dayo Olopade is a Reporter-Researcher for the New Republic.
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