Vice President Dan Quayle Answers Questions About Making Progress Through Bipartisanship

Monday, July 27, 2020 - Vice President Dan Quayle discusses the bipartisanship on which he relied while in office, his foreign policy concerns in a post-COVID world, and the alienation in politics today.

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Dan Quayle was elected to represent Indiana in Congress in 1976 and in the Senate in 1980. In 1988, he ran as George H.W. Bush’s running mate, and served as vice president until 1993. Since 1999, he has been Chairman of Global Investments at the private equity firm, Cerberus Capital Management. Today, he will discuss the bipartisanship on which he relied while in office, his foreign policy concerns in a post-COVID world, and the alienation in politics today.

Vice President Quayle is concerned by the decline of globalism and the tension growing in the relationship between the US and China. As the world becomes increasingly nationalistic, he thinks the competition between the two countries will also increase. In a similar vein, he expresses a concern about the division that has become normalized in politics, both between the two parties as well as between the executive and legislative branches.

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