Is the Tea Party Defining the Future of the GOP?

Friday, March 26, 2010

Protesters gather and hold signs during the Tea Party Express rally on September 12, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

For the past year, conservatives have coalesced around the number one enemy: health care reform. But now that it's over, we explore what’s next for the GOP. The Tea Party Express III kicks off this weekend and some wonder if that's the future of the Republican party. Is it still possible to be a moderate Republican?

Troy Senik joins us. He's a senior fellow for the Center for Individual Freedom, a conservative think tank and served as a speechwriter for President George W. Bush. He’s currently co-authoring a book on the future of the Republican Party.


Troy Senik

Hosted by:

Lynn Sherr

Produced by:

Marine Olivesi

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