Joshua DuBois, head of The White House Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships sits down for an exclusive one on one interview with The Brody File.
I interviewed him in his hometown of Nashville this past weekend. I’ll be doing an in depth personal profile piece on Joshua DuBois later this month on The 700 Club. I talk to his parents as well. But because we love to provide the vast Brody File audience (all twelve of you) some preview clips, I’ve decided to post eight excerpts from the interview. Aren’t you lucky?
In this clip, DuBois talks about trying to work with both conservatives and liberals.
Joshua DuBois:"Whether you’re a conservative or a progressive or somewhere in between, if there’s an issue that we can work on together than I’m going to pick up the phone and call you and figure out how we can work. Also, there’s a perspective, especially now that we’re in this office we’re not worried about getting votes, we’re not worried about political support. We’re worried about serving the American people and running a government that works and so I could care less about folks’ political persuasions at this point. We just want to form partnerships that work on behalf of those who need help most.”