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Scandals Draw Attention away from Presidential Agenda

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Scandals Draw Attention away from Presidential Agenda

The Obama Administration has had a series of scandals and controversy divert time and attention away from the President’s agenda.

South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson says Members of Congress need to pay attention, and take action, if necessary.

 Johnson says Congress may have to find the ability to lead on some of these issues.

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