Fears that supply chain issues would destroy Christmas failed to materialize — and Democrats should put it on a bumper sticker, according to one MSNBC personality.
That advice came from former Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-FL) on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
Politico White House bureau chief Jonathan Lemire noted that Biden press secretary Jen Psaki joked that the White House saved Christmas.
"Put it on a bumper sticker," Scarborough advised.
"Republicans would put it on a bumper sticker," he explained. "The White House should put this -- 'the White House that saved Christmas.' If you don't think Republicans wouldn't doesn't that, you don't know Republicans."
Later in the segment, Scarborough explained his thoughts on Democrats' messaging.
"Democrats, they like to apologize or put caveats on bumper stickers. You didn't see 'Make America Great Again' asterisk. It doesn't work that way," he said.
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