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Dan Pfeiffer
A few random observations from last night: 1. It's interesting how none of the 2nd/3rd tier candidates went after Warren 2. Trump was barely discussed at all 3. Asking questions about Climate Change and guns through the prism of imaginary swing voters is bad.
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Christina Reynolds Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer
On point 3, I am struggling to remember when the Republicans have ever gotten that frame around, say, choice. But also notable that voters actually SUPPORT doing something on guns and climate, so why are they still accepting the GOP frame?
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Dan Pfeiffer Jun 27
Replying to @creynoldsnc
most journalists are personally liberal and professionally conservative
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Zola Dudley Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer
The questions were framed horribly or were just stupid. Candidates need to call out moderators-“Chuck, do you really need me to explain the difference between gun buy backs & confiscation? Would you point out anyone on this stage who has said they will take Americans guns away?”
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Rachel Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer
We all know Trump is terrible. Discussing him is boring. I think we want to know what these candidates plan to do for us, rather than what they think about him. I got angry the few brief times he came up, other than when he was called our biggest threat.
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Rohan Mathews Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer @chucktodd
is just bad
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Jay Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer
4. Chuck Todd has no place as a moderator for any debate.
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Walken23 Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer
The gun question was not asked for swing voters. Chuck teed that up as a gun grabber question, primed for use in NRA ads. Dems didn't bite, but Todd was awful.
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$ajizzle Jun 27
They know they're fighting for Veep
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Brian Robinson Jun 27
Replying to @danpfeiffer
Trump was discussed just the right amount. We know he's horrible. Don't need to be reminded of that for two hours. Just tell us what you'll bring to the table. Also, swing voters aren't imaginary. I like to see that candidates are trying to appeal beyond the base of the party.
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