Abrams: ‘Fair Observation’ That I’ve Been More Enthused About Being an Executive Than a Senator

‘That’s a fair observation that I’ve focused most of my work on the executive side, and there is more immediate return on the work that I need to do’

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ABRAMS: "That's a fair observation that I've focused most of my work on the executive side, and there is more immediate return on the work that I need to do. But having served in the legislative body, I understand how important a senator can be, and that's really what I'm grappling with. A U.S. Senator has a very specific opportunity to articulate issues, to speak to a national audience, and to have effect, to move legislation but also to move issues.”

(h/t The Washington Free Beacon)

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