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June 23, 2016 04:40 PM UTC

The Get More Smarter Show: June 23, 2016

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  • by: Colorado Pols

This week on Get More Smarter: Jason Bane and Alan Franklin talk Donald Trump, followed by a deep dive on next week’s primary elections! Then stay tuned for more great discussion on the primary as we interview Ernest Luning–that’s LUH-ning for those of you pronouncing it wrong like we have for years–of the Colorado Statesman.

To skip directly to Luning’s interview, jump to 11:22 in the video above or click here.

Thanks for watching! If you missed last week’s episode, click here. Also, don’t miss episodes 1 and 2.

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  1. I had trouble getting the "Get More Smarter" video to load, until I clicked on the link to the youtube version. Perhaps this is due to those tech issues Pols had mentioned.

     

    Nice job, with a quibble: Every time Mitch McConnell’s disdain for the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) is mentioned to throw shade on Darryl Glenn’s SCF endorsement, it should be pointed out that McConnell is being disingenuous.

    The SCF split after Demint left it, and became the Senate Conservatives Action, another SuperPAC, which donated $330,000 to Mitch McConnell, who went on to win his 2014 race against Alison Lundergan Grimes. So same money, different name for Mitch McConnell.

    Darryl Glenn’s other big endorser, Ted Cruz, also took $780,000 from the SCF in its first incarnation.

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