Britain Loves PMQ's, Is It Time for a US Version?

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Britain’s Prime Minister has to take public questions from opponents in Parliament once a week. After President Obama wowed Washington with his Q&A with Republicans, a bipartisan group is asking him to do the same kind of thing here. But the White House has said no. Can Congress demand a “President’s Questions?” Guest host Matt Miller explores whether direct dialogue would reduce the political polarization in this country. Is there an audience for nuance? Also, recovery remains slow despite a drop in the unemployment rate, and advocacy ads reach the Super Bowl, one of America’s favorite pastimes.