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running between the raindrops

By David Wildstein, April 14 2019 2:31 pm

running between the raindrops

To dodge or deflect repeated political attacks. “Running between the raindrops” is used to describe actions taken by politicians to avoid political aggression from other candidates or the media.

In other circumstances, “running between the raindrops” may be used to describe politicians who are able to deflect scandals or pass blame onto others while still in office.

Source: Taegan Goddard’s Political Dictionary.

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