October 09, 2018

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Democrats Rely On Low Information Voters In Midterms

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Steve Pieczenik joins Harrison Smith to discuss the latest convulsions in domestic and international politics. From Nikki Haley’s sudden departure, to Donald Trump’s Sun Tzu-like domination of China, today’s headlines reveal a world rocked by drama and intrigue.

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