Today Josh Kraushaar joins the podcast to discuss how Donald Trump is now gaining on or leading Joe Biden in states that Biden won in 2020. And what do Democrats misunderstand about minority voters? Also, what’s the state of the Jewish vote now? Give a listen.

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  1. WilliamWarford Coolidge
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    Good point by Abe about keeping Trump out of circulation, i.e., not saying stupid stuff 24-7, is the best thing that could have happened to him.

    As for Biden trying to find a campaign strategy to turn it around, the old ad agency adage works best: “You can have the best campaign in the world, but it won’t so any good if the dogs don’t like the dog food.” Clearly, the American dogs don’t like the Biden dog food.

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  2. MiMac Thatcher
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    Biden’s problem is he thinks he is the smartest guy in the room-or at least Hunter is (and both with a room temp IQ). When Pat Brown was running against Reagan, he was quickly informed he was in trouble. He hired a consultant (who was a personal friend) to follow Reagan around early in the campaign and report what he saw- his summary was “he is going to beat the s**t out of you”. His friend told him Reagan was a natural. When the polls showed him falling behind, Brown tried to recast his campaign and attack Reagan- which failed miserably. #1 Reagan was very likable. #2 he ran ads that proclaimed that  RR is an actor & an actor shot Lincoln. Such overt fear mongering  backfired. Unfortunately wild accusations are frequently used by the Dems & the press doesn’t call them on it- ie “they are going to put y’all back in chains”.

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