New Signs of Bipartisanship in Congress? Not Really.

The Takeaway
If we're to believe Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, both sides of the Senate are coming together as they strike a deal on filibuster reform. It's not much, as critics are pointing out. This follows a glimmer of increased bipartisanship related to immigration reform which we also talked about on today's show. But it sounds too good to be true, right? Perhaps it is. The Takeaway's Washington correspondent, Todd Zwillich, explains.
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