Ron Kaufman

RNC National Committeeman

Guest

RNC National Committeeman from Massachusetts; former White House political director and adviser to George H.W. Bush; former senior advisor to Mitt Romney during his 2012 presidential campaign

Ron Kaufman on KCRW

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