republican congressman, mark sanford, discusses his call for civility on capitol hill. telephone a congressman, jimmy panetta talks about the newly created democratic caucus security task force. be sure to watch washington journal live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on thursday morning. join the discussion. park,you look across the it is hard to believe this was once a thriving business district, but it was. a store owned by lack, white, you name it. a lot of people get a lot of business here. before you knew it, a rock was thrown, a glass was broken, looting occurred. it wasn't just black folks. it is one of the most integrated incidents. join us for an american history tv special for the 50th anniversary of the 1967 detroit rights noon on sunday. >> ohio democrat, tim ryan was our guest on wednesdays washington journal it we talked about republican efforts to replace the informal care act. democrats campaign strategy for 2018 and efforts to pass the budget. this is a half-hour. i guess now is congressman tim ryan, democrat from ohio. our guest is the measure -- member of the appropriations
and the homeland security authorization bill. in about a half hour will talk to mark sanford about his call for renewed stability in congress. then a discussion about national security with congressman jimmy panetta, cochair of the newly created democratic caucus national security task force. ♪ host: good morning. in and in her be with the new york times, president trump said he would not have picked attorney general jeff sessions if he had known he would recuse himself on the russian investigation. he also said robert mueller should not widen his scope and look beyond the russia investigation. the interview happened yesterday right after the president sat down for lunch with republican senators to publicly pressure them to move forward on repealing and replacing the affordable care act saying if they cannot agree to the draft of legislation to do so they should at least repeal now and replace later.
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