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The New Abnormal

The Women of Trumpworld May Have Blown Their Shot at VP

Season 1, Ep. 420

Semafor politics reporter Shelby Talcott joins The New Abnormal this week to discuss the state of the 2024 race. Plus! A conversation with author Joshua A. Douglas about his new book, “The Court v. the Voters: The Troubling Story of How the Supreme Court Has Undermined Voting Rights.”

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