Shot. . .
Former Senators Heid Heitkamp (SD) and Joe Donnelly (IN) have an ingenious plan to help their fellow Dems running for president in 2020 reach out to Trump voters:
Former Democratic Sens. Heidi Heitkamp and Joe Donnelly have a plan to teach 2020 candidates how to talk to a Trump voter. https://t.co/t9U6DRbgW1
— Axios (@axios) April 25, 2019
Chaser. . .
Um, they did a really bad job talking to Trump voters which is why they’re former senators right now:
So two Democrats who couldn’t talk to Trump voters themselves and therefore lost their own Senate elections have a plan now? https://t.co/atKPlyAAUw
— Paul Blair (@gopaulblair) April 25, 2019
Bret Baier for the win:
It seems that both could have used some tips themselves https://t.co/StkCfyTc8v
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) April 25, 2019
Why isn’t Claire McCaskill, who also lost in 2018, helping out?
— Zack Roday (@zackroday) April 25, 2019
“Beyond parody,” writes the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent. But is anyone surprised?
Beyond parody. Two Democrats who *lost* races in Trump states, despite going accommodationist with Trump on immigration, know they can get media attention with that old standby of "warning" that Democrats must speak more successfully to Trump voters.https://t.co/WTFc01LZKd pic.twitter.com/lYLL10uAvX
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) April 25, 2019