I think that what is truly unfortunate is when an entire party makes a decision that they're going to block every single thing that a president wants to accomplish. It's very - it's very hard to get anything done in those circumstances.
You just play what a writer writes, in terms of what a character chooses to do and how a character chooses to deal with their various relationships.
If you go out eight times and play tennis eight times this week, yeah, it's the same rules, but it's a different game every time you're out on that court. You're working on a different part of your game every time you're out on that court; your partner's working on a different part of their game, and the act of being watched changes it.
Why not sit around a Beverly Hills pool collecting residual cheques? That is not the kind of life I want.