U.S. Sen. Rick Scott used his platform at the America First Agenda Summit Monday to offer advice to prospective candidates on how they might win elections themselves.
Scott participated in a roundtable urging an “energy independent” America with two members of the U.S. House and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry. But the topics went beyond drilling for oil to drilling for votes.
“We need to talk about why we’re better for people,” Scott, who currently chairs the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said.
“Everything’s on our side. Joe Biden’s not going to get better,” Scott added.
“Great candidates, great environment, raise money,” was how Scott summed
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