Geoff Duncan: ‘I Would Urge the President, I Would Urge the Republicans, To Redirect Their Post-Election Approach’

‘We both have short-term and long-term challenges’

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DUNCAN: "Certainly, that's not what democracy is all about. You know, I think I would urge the President, I would urge the Republicans to redirect their post-election approach here. We both have short-term and long-term challenges if we don’t. I think short term we run the risk of alienating voters for our Senate race that is coming upon us for Senator Loeffler and Senator Perdue, and we need them, as a Republican I want them in that Senate. And long term I think we hurt the brand of our Republican Party, which is certainly bigger than one person long term.”

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