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‘Most of What We Actually Pass Is Bipartisan’: Paul Ryan and Nancy Pelosi Talk Unity After Shooting: House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke about the importance of unity in their first-ever joint interview on Thursday in the aftermath of Wednesday’s shooting at a baseball practice for the annual Congressional Baseball Game.

“It’s a partisan, polarized country,” Ryan told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Thursday during the Congressional Baseball Game. “What we’re trying to do is tone down the rhetoric. We can have different ideas without being vitriolic, without going to such extremes.”

Pelosi agreed, saying that both sides feel strongly, but that does not excuse any action like the one that took place this week. “I always say you can be passionate in your beliefs but have to be dispassionate in how you proceed,” she said.

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‘Most of What We Actually Pass Is Bipartisan’: Paul Ryan and Nancy Pelosi Talk Unity After Shooting: House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke about the importance of unity in their first-ever joint interview on Thursday in the aftermath of Wednesday’s shooting at a baseball practice for the annual Congressional Baseball Game.“It’s a partisan, polarized country,” Ryan told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Thursday during the Congressional Baseball Game. “What we’re trying to do is tone down the rhetoric. We can have different ideas without being vitriolic, without going to such extremes.”Pelosi agreed, saying that both sides feel strongly, but that does not excuse any action like the one that took place this week. “I always say you can be passionate in your beliefs but have to be dispassionate in how you proceed,” she said.’Most of What We Actually Pass Is Bipartisan’: Paul Ryan and Nancy Pelosi Talk Unity After Shooting: House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke about the importance of unity in their first-ever