Bipartisan

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Bipartisan

Describing any measure or policy that draws support from two political parties. For example, in the United States, a unanimously passed defense bill may be said to be bipartisan. The term is used in countries with de facto or de jure two-party systems.
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I thought we discussed the importance of bipartisanism.
Clinton may think this signals that he is adopting bipartisanism, but relying on a truth-bending gamesman shows he is embracing the politics of cynicism.