willow in the wind

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willow in the wind

Someone who is inconsistent in their beliefs and easily influenced to change them. If you change your messaging this close to the election, the electorate might start to see you as a willow in the wind. Julia has always been a willow in the wind—we can definitely get her to side with us on this.
See also: willow, wind
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