Tim Scott said during the second GOP presidential debate that slavery wasn't as "hard to survive" for Black families as LBJ's "Great Society" welfare program.
Why do politicians like Tim Scott share so much from their personal lives on the campaign trail? Research shows it boosts popularity and reduces party polarization in people’s views of politicians.
Tim Scott downplayed racism while on the campaign trail in Iowa, and polls suggest that helps him resonate with white voters more.
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