I watched as much of the democratic debate as I can stomach Tuesday night, which was about 50 minutes.
That was also long enough to enjoy watching Fake news media, in the form of CNN Abby Phillip, started eating her own when the operator rejected the Democratic Party before-Runner Bernie Sanders as an Asian male liar! (I never thought I would feel sorry for a communist, but Phillip made me close when she Girl The old man defended himself.)
Anyway, I’ve recovered from the exhaustion of watching Dems lying together and for the nation – at least, enough that I was able to see some of the post-analysis debate. Most interesting to me was the viewpoint of David Plouffe, who manages the campaign for Barack Obama in 2008. Brian Williams on MSNBC asked Plouffe, “How is this party Will defeating Donald Trump? “And he probably didn’t expect the answers he received:
“Well, it would be really hard. One of the things that I have a big fear is that I think people see their approval rating and they assume he’s going to be easy to beat. He’s not. “
Interestingly. Certainly not what we often hear from scholars on MSNBC, but remember that Plouffe is the guy who finds a way to convince Iowa, North Carolina and Florida to vote for not being tested by Barack Obama. Plouffe knows much more than the perspective of Deep Blue often conveyorled by the head of talk in DC and New York.
His review as President Trump is much stronger than he is when he runs…