Telephone lines were open for comments on news of the day. Callers discussed the possible strategy of the Republican Party to characterize the Democratic Party as the party of the angry left.
Participating by telephone from New York City, Ms. Fouhy talked about characterizations of the Democratic Party as an “angry party.” She talked about questions of whether Democrats were temperamentally unsuited for leadership positions.
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