James Carville blasts Democrats: ‘Quit being a whiny party’

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Emily Compagno says Democrats would ‘go a lot further’ if they listened to constituents rather than complain.

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Emily Rose Compagno is an American attorney, TV host, and former National Football League cheerleader who currently appears as a contributor on Fox News Channel. She is a co-host of Outnumbered, and frequently appears on the late-night show Gutfeld!.

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