June 06, 2019

Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in the Washington Examiner about the Democratic National Committee and their general objective for candidates.

..."If you have enough donors and are popular, it takes away the party's ability to conduct quality control. It gives someone who can generate enough media play the ability to assert themselves in the debate process like Trump did when he, for lack of a better term, hijacked the Republican Party," he told the Washington Examiner. "I'm not saying that's going to happen here, but there's uncertainty in the process."...

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