Wednesday on MSNBC’s “With All Due Respect,” while commenting on the racial divide in America exasperated by recent police shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota and a sniper targeting and killing five Dallas police officers, political commentator and longtime Clinton ally James Carville said presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is not going to be the “go-to” unifier of the country because he is not expanding the base of 38 percent of Americans who already agree with him.
Carville said, “I just I find it hard to believe in any sense that when people are looking for the country to unify and concerned about all this, that Donald Trump is the go-to person in this process. You know I’m an adamant, die-hard Clinton supporter and die-hard Democrat. I don’t see where he is playing this thing anywhere close to the way the country is looking for in this. Thirty eight percent of the country agree no matter what, probably so. But I don’t see anything that he said would expand that 38 percent at all.”
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