Episode: In The Age Of Trump, Republicans Have Divergent Visions For Their Party


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In The Age Of Trump, Republicans Have Divergent Visions For Their Party

The Republican Party is falling into dangerous traps that could cost the party elections for a generation. At least, that’s the premise of Harvard Professor Thomas Patterson’s new book “Is the Republican Party Destroying Itself?” We’ll talk to him, plus Republicans who have a different vision for the future of the GOP. Thomas Patterson, Tim Miller, Matt Gorman and Kimberly Atkins join Anthony Brooks.



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