“I just don’t see Russia breaking through yet with Republican voters as an issue that is going to turn them to the left,” Robert Costa reported on Wednesday.
The Washington Post’s Robert Costa reported on Wednesday that voters in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District were not talking about Russia leading up to the election during a panel discussion on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
Democrats in Washington, D.C. have been obsessed with the multiple ongoing investigations into possible collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia, but Costa reported that this is not resonating with actual voters.
“One other takeaway as I leave Atlanta is the Russia issue, and President Trump’s handling of these investigations, the special counsel – when I’m in Washington, that’s a consuming issue for Democrats,” he said.
“On the ground in Georiga, moderate suburban Republicans were not talking about Russia,” Costa reported.
“So if Democrats want to win them over they perhaps have to listen to Congressman Ford who’s talking about this economic message because I just don’t see Russia breaking through yet with Republican voters as an issue that is going to turn them to the left,” he concluded.
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