Senator Angus King Urges Capitol Hill to Come Together

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Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Angus King (I-ME) questions former U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE) during his confirmation hearing to become the next secretary of defense on Capitol Hill.
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On Capitol Hill, Democrats and Republicans are struggling to find common ground over the budget, NSA revelations, and the Affordable Care Act. But Angus King, an Independent Senator from Maine, is trying to heal the breach by taking the middle road in partisan battles. 

Senator King stresses that the debt and deficit are serious, but he also thinks Republicans are proposing too many cuts. He wants to protect both national security and privacy, and he's for the Affordable Care Act, but disappointed by its rollout. 

Senator King joins The Takeaway to weigh in on how Congress should come together on the budget battle, NSA revelations, and the Affordable Care Act.