The Utah Republican Party is not a rainbow – Bernick and Schott on politics

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The Utah GOP may dominate the state now, but demographic trends and polling data suggests the party may have a problem attracting younger voters to the fold in the future. President Donald Trump isn’t helping that trend one bit, as he is very unpopular among younger Utahns.

Some Republican delegates are calling on the legislature to repeal the state’s new hate crimes law.

Sens. Mitt Romey and Mike Lee get mostly good job approval from a new poll, but there may be good reason to believe the numbers.

Rep. Ben McAdams says he’s troubled by what he saw in the Mueller report, but is not calling for the impeachment of President Trump. He also says he doesn’t regret his campaign promise to not support Nancy Pelosi for Speaker.

Sen. Mike Lee is making the rounds to promote his new book. while making some unusual claims about the Mueller report and Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Utah school districts are starting another round of salary wars to try and attract new teachers.

The inland port is quickly becoming an issue in the Salt Lake City mayoral race.

Plus Joe Biden jumps in the 2020 race, and President Trump claims the Mueller report was an attempted coup.

Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott give you their perspective on the latest Utah political news.

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