Democrats need ‘to go out and take credit’ for economic progress: Fmr. Obama campaign advisor

Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Democrats need ‘to go out and take credit’ for economic progress: Fmr. Obama campaign advisor” – below is their description.

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Former Obama Campaign Advisor Brad Woodhouse joins Yahoo Finance’s Akiko Fujita and Adam Shapiro to discuss the economic recovery under President Biden and the outlook for Democrats as midterm elections draw near.

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