On today’s podcast, we’re talking to Democratic messaging guru Paul Begala, who played a key role in the 1992 election of Bill Clinton and is now a Democratic strategist and writer for CNN. Among our topics:]
Why didn’t the Democrats do better in the 2020 presidential election, both in the presidential and congressional elections?
How did Biden win the Democratic primary?
Biden’s great new polls, and if they’ll help the Democrats in 2022.
Hillary Clinton’s “responsibility gene” and whether it hinders Democrats.
What role should the insurrection play in our news?
Is the GOP civil war a bigger threat to them or us?
How can we stop Republicans from stealing the presidency in 2024?
How do we deal with Joe Manchin?
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