Feinstein on Trump: ‘I Have Begun to Think He Doesn’t Know What He’s Doing’

Monday on MSNBC’s ‘Hardball,”  Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said she is beginning to think Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump “doesn’t know what he’s doing.”

Feinstein said, “I think there’s unpredictability in him and I think that’s what bothers me the most, that he really can’t take a jibe, he can’t take a criticism. He has to respond and he has to attack back. And the attack has to be worse essentially than what he interpreted was said about him. I think that’s a very bad trait for a president, and I think the fact that he hasn’t been able to curb it, to stop it, to change, to be more reserved, to use language that is different than the crudeness that he expresses it with, is really, really a problem.”

She added, “I have begun to think he doesn’t know what he’s doing– he doesn’t know the impact of what he’s saying. I think what he wants to do is create an audience and he’s been very successful in creating an audience, and you know, whether it was Fox or CNN any criticisms that they might levy. It is a problem.”

(h/t RCP Video)

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