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This week's episode of the Aaron Rupar Show features Melissa Hortman, speaker of the Minnesota House, reflecting on her two decades in the legislature, the state’s Democratic trifecta and this year’s historic legislative session, and much more.
Speaker Hortman and I touched upon everything from lessons she took from losing her first two legislative campaigns in resounding fashion to Jesse Ventura's legacy to why Trumpism is such a bad fit for Minnesota Republicans. I really enjoyed our wide-ranging conversation and I think you will too. Check out the audio at the top of this post, or watch the footage below via my YouTube page.
As I announced at the top of this week’s show, I’m taking the next two weeks off from recording the podcast, as my family will hopefully be moving into a new house early next month (there have been some snags in the closing process, but fingers crossed). The show will return the week of September 20.
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We’ll be back tomorrow with a new newsletter to send you into the holiday weekend. Until then, I hope you like the pod.