February 13, 2024
This week on Political Breakfast, Atlanta and politics mixed with the Super Bowl.
Besides the 75-yard touchdown the Kansas City Chiefs pulled to win in overtime Sunday night, Atlanta’s own R&B singer Usher put on a star-studded halftime performance at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. He represented with Atlanta performers and singers, even shouting at the end “I turned the world to the A.”
Strategists Tharon Johnson and Brian Robinson and host Lisa Rayam also discuss Super Bowl ads that played the political field.
And the group turns back to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp stressing that Republicans need to move away from the 2020 election and issues like the age of Joe Biden and Donald Trump. We take a dive into the internal GOP debate on the future of the party.
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