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Carville: Hillary Always Gets the Most Votes When She Runs

Former Clinton adviser James Carville said Sunday on New York AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable” that he was unsure if Hillary Clinton will run in 2020, adding that she had “always gotten the most votes” whenever she runs. “My guess

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Donald Trump: ‘It’s the Economy Stupid’

“It’s the economy stupid!” he said, repeating a slogan coined by former Bill Clinton adviser James Carville in 1992. “Did you ever hear that one? It’s the economy.”

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Carville: ‘No One’ Is in Charge of the Democratic Party

Sunday on New York’s AM 970, The Answer on “The Cats Roundtable,” Democratic strategist James Carville said “no one” was in charge of the Democratic Party. When asked if anyone is in charge of the party Carville said, “No, but

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Carville: Comey ‘Acting in Concert and Coordination’ with House GOP

Monday on MSNBC while discussing the FBI reopening the investigation into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Democratic strategist and long time Clinton ally James Carville said FBI Director James Comey is “acting in concert and coordination with the House Republicans.”

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Carville: ‘Of Course There Is Going to Be Some Fraud’

Late Wednesday following the third and final presidential debate, long-time Clinton confidant and Democratic strategist James Carville reacted to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Trump allies suggesting there is the possibility that this election could be “rigged.” Carville speculated

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Carville on Trump: ‘I Think He’s Going To Quit’

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” former Clinton campaign manager James Carville predicted that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will quit the race. Carville said, while discussing Trump, “I think he’s going to quit. No, really, right now, I’m

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Carville: ‘Possible’ to Rig Voting Machine for 100 Votes

Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Democratic strategist and Clinton ally James Carville offered his thoughts on the possibility of an election being rigged, as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and some of his supporters have suggested was a possibility. Carville

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Carville on Clinton Fdn Critics: ‘Somebody Is Going to Hell Over This’

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Democratic strategist and long-time Clinton booster James Carville criticized those who call into question the dealing of the Clinton Foundation under Bill and Hillary Clinton because of potential conflicts of interest. Carville argued the pros

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James Carville: Trump Not Expanding His 38 Percent ‘At All’

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

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James Carville: Hillary Will Keep VP Pick ‘Very Close to the Vest’

On Sunday, long-time Clinton adviser James Carville said on New York AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable” that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will be keeping who her running mate will be “close to the vest.” “[Hillary Clinton] is going to

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Carville: Trump May Not Be Republican Nominee

Tuesday night on MSNBC’s primary voting coverage, long-time Clinton adviser and Democratic operative James Carville said there is a possibility the presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will not be the final nominee after the Republican National Convention this summer in

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James Carville: Hillary Negatives Are ‘Higher Than People Would Like’

Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Democratic strategist and long-time Clinton confidante James Carville admitted that Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has some image problems that must be addressed before the November general election. Carville told “Morning Joe” Clinton’s high negatives

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Mary Matalin Defended GOP over DeLay, Abramoff; Leaves over Trump

Political commentator Mary Matalin made headlines on Friday for leaving the Republican Party over the likely nomination of Donald Trump. Though she implied she would still vote for Trump, Matalin said the Libertarian Party better represented her principles.

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Carville Gives Edge to Cruz Over Trump in GOP Primary

Monday on “CBS This Morning,” long-time Clinton ally James Carville appeared on set to discuss last night’s Democratic presidential debate, giving the edge to Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. Carville also weighed in on the Republican presidential primary and the

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Carville: Bill Clinton Balanced Budgets, Donald Trump Bankrupted Companies

Monday on Bloomberg Politics’ “With All Due Respect” broadcasted on MSNBC, political commentator and longtime Clinton ally James Carville discussed the political back-and-forth between Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, former President Bill Clinton, and his wife, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary

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Carville: Rubio Is the GOP’s ‘Only Hope’

Thursday on Bloomberg TV’s “With All Due Respect,” Democratic strategist and former Clinton adviser James Carville offered his thoughts on the Republican side of the 2016 presidential ticket and declared the Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) would be that’s party’s best

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Carville: Trump Dominating this Conversation Unlike Anything I’ve Ever Seen

Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Democratic strategist James Carville said the Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is “dominating this conversation unlike anything I’ve ever seen.” Carville said, “Remember, you know, Republican Party is maybe 40 percent of the country. Let’s just say

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James Carville: Trump Supporters Do Not Like the Republican Party

Monday on MSNBC, long-time Clinton ally Democratic strategist James Carville said Donald Trump supporters “do not like the Republican party,” pointing to House Speaker John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other establishment Republicans as evidence in a comparison he drew to