verb (used with object), dem·a·gogued, dem·a·gogu·ing.
verb (used without object), dem·a·gogued, dem·a·gogu·ing.
Origin of demagogue
Examples from the Web for demagoguing
To be sure, lawmakers have made it extremely difficult, throwing multiple roadblocks in his way—and demagoguing the issue.All In on Gitmo: Obama Returns to Fight for a Shutdown|Daniel Klaidman|May 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Gingrich regained his footing quickly, demagoguing the federal courts in a way that would have made George Corley Wallace proud.Paul Begala: Newt's Shameless Chutzpah Saves Him in Fox Debate|Paul Begala|December 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He said Democrats are demagoguing the issue, but faulted Ryan for giving them the opportunity.