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I watched Buckley give a short version of his stump speech to three men in their 30s sitting around a table drinking.
Holden recognized the optics problem while also lamenting that he had to think that way. The most interesting conversation I had that morning was with a married lesbian couple in their 60s who had until recently lived in San Francisco. The WalkAway hashtag became a sensation on right-wing social media, and Straka organized a WalkAway march and rally in Washington 10 days before the midterm elections. The man looked confused.
Buckley turned toward me.