Mark DeMoss

former Advisor, Mitt Romney

Guest

President of the DeMoss Group, an Atlanta-based public relations that primarily represents Christian leaders, organizations and causes; author of The Little Red Book of Wisdom; volunteer advisor to Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign; chief of staff to Jerry Falwell during the era of the Moral Majority

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