Opposing parties’ governors vow to disagree better

Six in 10 Americans polled by the Pew Research Center say having political conversations with people they disagree with is generally stressful and frustrating. Does it have to be this way? Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (Republican) and Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (Democrat) join host Krys Boyd to talk about why disagreement doesn’t have to lead to disrespectful rhetoric and insults, and about how we can have more productive political conversations. The conversation, “The Art of Disagreeing Better,” was conducted in front of a live audience at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.