GOP leaders seek base-driving narratives: The Note

Por: ABC News Politics September 17, 2022


The TAKE with If the point was to make a point, the mission has already been accomplished.That's not the same as saying the midterms look any different than they did before a few prominent Republican figures made major political moves that sure look like stunts, even if they carry significant messaging and human impact.It is to say that they are trying to establish a new set of narratives. This week was marked by efforts from several... + full article

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