Democratic strategist Paul Begala — author of the new book, “You’re Fired: The Perfect Guide to Beating Tweety McTreason” — joins us for more than an hour to talk about the election and everything surrounding it: the Democratic Convention; Kamala Harris; Joe Biden; Covid; how Dems are and should be messaging; whether we can still save our democracy (or the GOP) and how; and more. It was practically a master-class in how to message in politics.
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You can watch the Zoom video of our interview below, and after that we have the audio-only podcast version if you prefer. (And the first minute of my audio was bad, but then gets better, promise!)
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