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Frum: GOP Should Cut Losses, Focus On Senate

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Frum: GOP Should Cut Losses, Focus On Senate

Election 2008

Frum: GOP Should Cut Losses, Focus On Senate

Frum: GOP Should Cut Losses, Focus On Senate

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With the polls favoring Barack Obama and one week left until Election Day, David Frum says Republicans should be focusing on the Senate, not the White House. Otherwise, the former speechwriter for George Bush says, John McCain's campaign threatens to bring the party down with him.

Frum, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talks to Alex Chadwick about what he thinks the GOP should do to protect itself.

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