(POTUS Morning Briefing, 7.23.19)
"There is a better chance now than at any time in recent history for a Southern strategy for 270 electoral votes for Democrats" and the future looks brighter for Dems in Georgia - recent radio interview on the latest poll numbers.
Discussing recent polls in Georgia and North Carolina and what they mean for the 2020 map in this recent radio interview.
“We need to have a serious adult conversation about race in this country,” said Isaac Wright, a Democratic strategist who ran an army of fact-checkers for the pro-Hillary Clinton group Correct the Record during the 2016 election.
“At the same time, we have to recognize that Donald Trump is probably never going to be part of that constructive conversation,” Wright said. …
“The unintended consequences of Trump’s actions is that he has galvanized a lot of Democrats and a lot of the broader progressive movement against his vile statements about elected representatives of this country,” Wright said.
But while denouncing Trump’s rhetoric, Democrats also must have their own dialogue about race, Wright said.
This morning's discussion of last night's #demdebate and what it means for the primary and analyzing the winners and losers of both debates.