By Galen Druke
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In the just four years since former President Trump took office, the Republican Party lost the House, Senate and White House. Its leaders also stoked wild conspiracy theories that spurred some supporters to commit violence at the Capitol. Now, factions of the party are fighting amongst themselves as they try to decide the best path forward. So what should the party do to sway voters in its direction, and does it include addressing the extremists and conspiracy theorists within its ranks?
In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, Galen Druke discusses those questions with pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson and writers Ramesh Ponnuru and Henry Olsen, who have all spent their careers in Republican politics and conservative thought.
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