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Carville: Clinton Won't Spend as Much Time Attacking Trump as He Will Her

 ("The Cats Roundtable"/AM 970 The Answer)

By    |   Sunday, 26 Jun 2016 08:44 PM

Hillary Clinton will not spend nearly as much time during the campaign attacking Donald Trump as he will spend assailing her, Democratic strategist James Carville predicted.

Speaking on "The Cats Roundtable" Sunday radio show on AM 970 New York hosted by John Catsimatidis, Carville said Clinton is "on a little bit of a roll right now. She sewed up the nomination. Democrats are showing signs that they want to consolidate and unite. The Republican presumptive nominee seems to make one mistake after another. The party is fighting and resisting at every point that they don’t want to be together."

Regarding Clinton’s vice presidential choice, Carville said many people will incorrectly claim they know what her choice will be, but Clinton is “going to be very, very methodical about this. She is going to be very thoughtful, very deliberate and play this thing very close to the vest."

Carville dismissed any significant impact the Libertarian Party will have, saying that in the end "their general philosophy is not something most Americans agree with and that anything they get over one percent will only be a protest vote."

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Hillary Clinton will not spend nearly as much time during the campaign attacking Donald Trump as he will spend assailing her, Democratic strategist James Carville predicted. Speaking on The Cats Roundtable Sunday radio show on AM 970 New York hosted by John Catsimatidis,...
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