Frank Luntz, the prominent Republican communications consultant and pollster, says members of the Republican Party are sick of former President Donald Trump constantly "rehashing" the 2020 general election.
Tucker Carlson has gone completely off the rails over the last few months. The Fox host was always controversial, but he’s recently gone deeper into anti-mask hysteria and white supremacist theories.
The polls weren’t great this past election season. If they were more accurate, tonight’s special election in Georgia would not be for control of the senate, Democrats would already have it.
Frank Luntz, a GOP pollster and political strategist, says a Joe Biden presidency depends on him winning just one of a trio of key states. He says North Carolina, Florida, and Ohio to win the election.
GOP pollster Frank Luntz knows plenty about elections. Luntz first came into prominence working for Pat Buchanan’s 1992 campaign and has deeply studied every election since.
Luntz recently appeared at an event hosted by Peter Mandelson’s Global Counsel. While there, he told the crowd that Donald Trump is running the worst campaign he has ever seen.
A longtime Republican pollster struggled to explain what the party stands for under Donald Trump in a recent interview. Frank Luntz seemed blunt in his failure to point to a coherent platform.
Luntz was approached by Politico‘s Tim Alberta as he tried to answer a question about what the GOP stands for in his recent piece. He’s a well-regarded “guru” for the party’s politicians.
This is the kind of happy talk that one may expect from Democrats – not a prominent Republican pollster.
"Dear American voters, In my first 100 days I will bring lawsuits against those who have criticized me. Best, Donald J Trump"
Frank Luntz, the guy who crafts talking points for Republicans and does polls, has a warning for Republican candidates after Saturday night's Democratic debate: Hillary Clinton will not be easy to beat.
In Wisconsin, the situation has gotten so bad for the Republicans that they actually consider being down by 8 points "good news."
The recent midterm elections has Fox "News" as giddy as Sarah Palin in front of a microphone.
Republican strategist Frank Luntz said that after winning the Senate majority, Republicans should work with Democrats and President Obama to find "common-sense solutions" to a number of issues. Luntz was behind the plan to create gridlock in Washington to hurt Democrats and Obama.
Sen. Rand Paul's (R-KY) Tea Party State of the Union response will follow Sen. Marco Rubio's Republican SOTU response. This isn't going to help the GOP with their rebranding effort.
Republican spin master Frank Luntz thinks the Republican Party can fix its public image by using better language to connect with the public.
Republicans don’t want to take back our country; they want to take our country back, back to a time before the United States, before the Constitution to the unworkable Articles of Confederation, to pre-Constitutional religious intolerance and oppression of minorities and of women.