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'No way to run a railroad': Obama, Boehner and lack of sequester talk

President Obama and congressional Republicans have reportedly not spoken in over a week regarding the $85B in sequester cuts that are set to kick in on March 1 if Congress and the White House can't reach a deal. Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and the Washington Post's Eugene Robinson join a conversation on the issue of sequester and on reports that NJ Gov. Chris Christie isn't invited to this year's CPAC.