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Frank Luntz: discussion show “This is your parents’ democratic party’

nearvideo Frank Luntz reacted to the democratic presidential debates

Frank Luntz reacted to the democratic presidential debates

The democratic party is always unrecognizable from what it was a generation ago, according to the pollster Frank Luntz.

This week, 2020 Democratic presidential debates are the last proof for the party lurched to the left in the last few years, Luntz said Thursday on Fox News’ “The Ingraham angle.”

“This is not your parents’ Democratic party,” he said. “This is not your older sister, the democratic party. It has changed significantly. And in the last two-and-a-half years, it has lost the focus-both on the economic policy and … for social policy.

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“The question for Democrats is now, you are going to move so far to the left that you will lose the center and have no opportunity to unite, which between now and 16 months from now?”

Luntz added that he believed Democrats speak to a more liberal audience than the subsequent candidate response, if the candidate challenges President Trump in a General election, the debate in the next year.

“These are the Democratic debates,” he said this week’s events.

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“They are trying to appeal to a democratic audience — an audience that often atheists or agnostics, or at least not regular churchgoers. So that the audience represents themselves-the language they use, is the average Democrat today.”

A Democratic candidate in the second night of the debate stage indicated, changes in the Democratic party.

U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., former Vice-President Joe mentioned Biden, asked him, “torch pass”, the long-time U.S. senator from Delaware, said during a previous presidential candidacy.

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Swalwell, one of the youngest candidates in the 2020-field, took a direct swipe at Biden’s age on Thursday in the debate.

“I was six years old, as a presidential candidate, the California joined the Democratic Convention and said,” It is time to put the torch to a new generation of Americans.’ This candidate was then-said Biden, Senator Joe,” Swalwell.

“Joe Biden was right 32 years ago and he is still right today.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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