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NEWSMAX -- Citizens United’s Bossie: Republican Party Can’t Abandon Conservatism

David Bossie, president of conservative advocacy group Citizens United, says Republicans shouldn’t change their conservative stripes just because of the GOP’s election defeats.

The idea that they should is “an overreaction, a misinterpretation,” he tells Newsmax TV’s Kathleen Walter. “It is a potential death knell for the Republican Party, a permanent minority status in America.”


  
    
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