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The Republican strategist responds to Graham: ‘Why, why, why, why?’

Republicans who have spent the past few weeks desperately trying to erase their positions on abortion from their campaign websites saw all that hard work go up in smoke Tuesday, when Lindsey Graham, who freelances, decided to force the issue on them.

However, some of them seemed to welcome him. Like Blake Masters from Arizona, he is running for the United States Senate. He was one of the first to start backing down on his extreme position on abortion. Or, in any case, his campaign was the first to try to erase that history. Masters himself appears to be quite engaged.

I would ‘of course’ support Graham’s national abortion ban, Masters saying reporters. After which, his campaign spokesman, Zach Henry, tweeted: “Why, why, why, why?” Henry deleted the tweet Tuesday night, saying he was not speaking for Masters. Only for his own besieged self.

“It’s an absolute disaster,” Republican strategist John Thomas told the Washington Post, watching as Republican Senate candidates were once again asked to weigh in on abortion. “Oy vey,” she said, when told what Masters had just said.

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