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Tim Walz Tickled About Appearing With T2P2

Staff said Rep. Tim Walz is psyched to reconnect Thursday with one-time aide Tane Danger when he finally hooks up with The Theater for Public Policy.  

(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)
(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Danger told HOH that while still in college he briefly interned for the Minnesota Democrat.  

Fast forward to today, when the director and co-creator of the now-traveling comedy troupe is living the dream of poking fun at politics — right here in Washington, D.C. — every night this week. A Walz aide said the five-term lawmaker has yet to attend a live T2P2 show, but told HOH he has caught some of the performances online. He’ll have the chance to remedy that particular oversight Thursday when he joins Rep. Tom Emmer, R-Minn., for a joint interview.  

“He thinks it will be a good conversation with Rep. Emmer about some of the work they are doing together — like veterans — and how Congress should function,” Team Walz predicted.  

Walz, we’re told, is pleased to see how far Danger has come.  

“He’s proud of Tane for creating a fun way for folks to engage in and learn about their communities and our democracy,” Walz spokeswoman Sara Severs relayed via email.  

As for any pre-show jitters, Walz, it would seem, feels imminently qualified to tangle with trained professionals.  

“He says being in Congress is like having a front row seat to the best improv show on Earth,” Severs shared.  

Tickets to the congressional-double billing start at $15 (advance purchase).  

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