From Deseret News:

“The narrative on bipartisanship today is it’s this widget that we’re after,” said James Wallner, a senior fellow at the R Street Institute and editor of Legislative Procedure, which covers how congressional procedure impacts policy outcomes. “Like, if you look at how Biden talks about it, it’s like, we have to have bipartisanship. Well, maybe, maybe not, it depends on what we’re talking about!”

“This Republican versus Democrat, red versus blue polarization narrative really clouds our ability to see how a process playing out over time in this space allows for bipartisan outcomes to appear,” said Wallner, the Legislative Procedure editor.