Last month, Jack Kingston’s three decades in public office came to an end. He came to Congress with the inauguration of a fresh-faced President Bill Clinton; that length of service is what makes this exit interview so fascinating.
In 34 shortish clips, Jack pointed out what he’s learned in his modest, self-effacing way. He rated President Clinton’s Congressional relations as better than those of Presidents Bush and Obama, bemoaned the 3-day Washington work week, and gives advice to aspiring politicians from the Book of Proverbs. Come for the West Wing-style opening, stay to learn a couple things.