The Democratic National Committee Meets ‘The Resistance’
The Democratic National Committee meets ‘The Resistance’
WASHINGTON — The Democratic National Committee has a problem.
In the basement of the DNC’s headquarters here, Rep. John Lewis, the famed civil rights activist, and Rep. Keith Ellison, the party’s deputy chair and a member of its left wing, squeezed into a tiny room to go over the night’s game plan — one aimed at helping the party’s premier national organization tap into the rollicking anti-Trump sentiment drawing millions to the streets and pumping millions of dollars into activist causes.
As Lewis and Ellison kicked off “Democrats Live,” the DNC’s new show broadcast on Facebook, they’d be taking questions online and …