LISTEN: Brian Kemp shifts his message on 2024

Gov. Brian Kemp, left, no longer practices a hands-off policy concerning Donald Trump, recently blasting the former president in a social media post. Kemp and his allies fear Trump's "sour grapes" over the 2020 election will doom the party's chances in Georgia in 2024. (Arvin Temkar/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS)

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Gov. Brian Kemp, left, no longer practices a hands-off policy concerning Donald Trump, recently blasting the former president in a social media post. Kemp and his allies fear Trump's "sour grapes" over the 2020 election will doom the party's chances in Georgia in 2024. (Arvin Temkar/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS)

Amid growing questions about his political future, Gov. Brian Kemp has shifted his message.

In the latest Politically Georgia podcast, hosts Greg Bluestein and Patricia Murphy discuss the two-term governor’s latest approach to questions about his potential White House ambitions.

Plus, the Georgia State Election Board is picking a legal fight with the far-right group behind the “2,000 Mules” documentary. And why U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene calls herself a “free agent.”

You’ll hear Greg and Patricia’s who’s up and how’s down for the week and they’ll answer your questions from the listener mailbag, which you can now call into. Call the 24-hour Politically Georgia Podcast Hotline to leave your question and you’ll be featured on next Friday’s podcast. The number is 404-526-AJCP (2527).

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