John Boehner Thinks The Republican Party Has Changed. Has It? : The NPR Politics Podcast In a new memoir, the former Republican House Speaker says that even Ronald Reagan couldn't get elected in today's GOP. He decries obstructionist tactics used by Republicans, while acknowledging his role in pioneering them.

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John Boehner Thinks The Republican Party Has Changed. Has It?

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John Boehner Thinks The Republican Party Has Changed. Has It?

John Boehner Thinks The Republican Party Has Changed. Has It?

John Boehner Thinks The Republican Party Has Changed. Has It?

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In a new memoir, the former Republican House Speaker says that even Ronald Reagan couldn't get elected in today's GOP. He decries obstructionist tactics used by Republicans, while acknowledging his role in pioneering them.

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