05/11/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Eric Cantor Goes After Rahm Emanuel

House Minority Whip Eric Cantor tells me that Rahm Emanuel gave the president poor advice on the health care bill and should have "known better"

The Brody File spoke to Cantor in his Capitol Hill office. Rep. Cantor will be a guest on this week's edition of The Brody File that will air Monday March 15th on the CBN News Channel.
The video is below along with a full transcription. More clips from Cantor on The Brody File.

David Brody: There have been a lot of stories about Rahm Emanuel. There have been a lot of stories about him. I know you've had conversations with him. What is he like exactly because there's been a lot of ways people are painting him specifically. The reason I ask that is because I'm wondering how much The White House has kind of pulled back in reaching out to folks like you and Minority Leader Boehner.

Rep. Eric Cantor: "There's been very little outreach from The White House as far as trying to work together in a bi-partisan basis. That's reflected in this healthcare situation. If there was a bi-partisan effort, if there was a bi-partisan project we were talking about we wouldn't be here today mentioning reconciliation so you know Rahm Emanuel is a creature of the House of Representatives. I would think he'd know better than to allow the administration to conduct a policy that is really my way or the highway that the majority of Americans