In an interview with Polygon’s Kevin Liptak, former vice president and chief strategist at the RNC, Jason Miller, discusses how the GOP needs to appeal to a broad swath of Americans with a “Make America GREAT AGAIN” message.

“We’re not going to get there overnight.

We have to be strategic in our messaging.

We need to do everything we can to get people to care about this issue,” Miller said.

“I think we’re in a unique place right now, and I think that’s because we have a very unique base of voters.

I think it’s going to be really hard to get us to a place where we’re not winning.

It’s going have to happen over time.

We’re doing our best to communicate that message. “

In some ways, I think we’ve got a really good idea of what our strategy is, and what the issues are.

We’re doing our best to communicate that message.

And that’s not going in a vacuum, that’s how the party has been operating for the last four years.

We’ve done that.

This is important for the Republican Party, and we’re here to get you there.’ “

What we’re trying to do is, again, try to engage a broader swath of people in this conversation and say, ‘Look, this is important to us.

This is important for the Republican Party, and we’re here to get you there.’

We want to do it as much as we can.

“And that will include, for example, not just getting the message out to young people and young women and young people in particular. “

That’s the big thing we’re focusing on right now. “

And that will include, for example, not just getting the message out to young people and young women and young people in particular.

That’s the big thing we’re focusing on right now.

And I think the Republicans are doing a fantastic job of that. “

The other thing that we’re doing is trying to get young people engaged in the process of building the Republican party and building our coalition.

And I think the Republicans are doing a fantastic job of that.

But we’re also going to continue to talk about issues that we believe are important to people, and those issues are things that you’ll hear in the debates.”

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