Ronald Reagan's political guru Stuart Spencer takes on Trump and the GOP for neglecting Latinos

Every election has its own little touch of the offbeat, but this one is off the charts. With the California primary approaching, one of politics’ founding campaign strategists, Stuart Spencer, diagnoses what ails the state GOP -- mostly its relationship with Latinos -- and the Republican brand itself, because “it’s hard to sell soup if it isn’t a good soup.”

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