“It’s actually a throw back to FDR,” MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell said of the Democrat’s new slogan “A Better Deal.”
MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell took a shot a the Democrat’s new slogan “A Better Deal,” for not being visionary and calling it a throwback during a panel discussion on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
“Even in ‘Better Deal,’ I don’t see anything that’s visionary. It’s actually a throw back to FDR, and it goes so far back,” Mitchell commented.
“A Better Deal,” has been criticized for missing the point and for being identical to the failed messaging that Democrats ran on in previous elections.
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