Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) said she voted against Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) as leader of Senate Democrats because the party got “walloped,” in the midterms and she interprets that to mean they need to change which should start with the leadership.
McCaskil said, “I think this was a message from the American people. Our party got walloped, and I think they’re saying need to change what we’re doing. I think change starts leadership, that’s just common sense, it’s not complicated.”
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