In a conversation with Van Jones and Newt Gingrich, political strategists Penny Lee and John Feehery look ahead to 2014 and discuss what President Obama and Republicans need to accomplish.
When asked what President Obama's New Year's resolution should be, Lee offered "no more selfies with world leaders," while Feehery suggested that he appears "at least once on 'Duck Dynasty.'"
Citing economic progress and other achievements, President Barack Obama on Friday rejected the contention that 2013 was the worst year of his presidency. FULL STORY
The President gave a very optimistic outlook for 2014. "We head into next year with an economy that's stronger than it was at the start of the year," Obama said. "I firmly believe that 2014 can be a breakthrough year for America."
Republican strategist John Feehery and Democratic strategist Penny Lee join hosts Van Jones and Newt Gingrich for a debate about President Obama's next year.
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