A posthumous message on bipartisanship: ‘There’s value in people you don’t agree with’

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In a CNN interview conducted shortly before he died, former Michigan Rep. Paul Mitchell stressed the importance of bipartisanship in today’s politics and learning to accept and find value in people with differing views.

“For me it’s innate to just say where can we agree? There’s value in people you don’t agree with.” Mitchell said in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper that aired Sunday.

Mitchell, who died Aug. 16 at the age of 64

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