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Since the presidential election, local Republicans in states that Joe Biden flipped blue have been arguing about what went wrong. The difference in Georgia is, the election isn’t totally over—and the upcoming runoff election will decide which party controls the Senate.
So with all eyes on Georgia, why do the state’s Republicans seem just as intent on tearing into each other as holding onto their seats?
Guest: Rusty Paul, mayor of Sandy Springs, Georgia.
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Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Danielle Hewitt, Elena Schwartz, and Davis Land, with help from Frannie Kelley.
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