James Carville Says ‘American People Are Turning’ On Trump: ‘Joe Biden Is Fine’

Democratic strategist James Carville appeared on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC” on Sunday where he commented on the 2020 presidential election in the wake of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden saying that if African-Americans support President Donald Trump, they “ain’t black.”

Carville: ‘American people are turning on’ Trump ‘by the day’

After saying Trump’s “Access Hollywood” captured audio and Biden’s controversial comment are not “in the same solar system” and what Biden said will not “amount to diddly squat” in 2020, Carville said that the “American people are turning on” Trump “by the day.”

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The Ragin’ Cajun says ‘Joe Biden is fine’

“He is getting beat, and he is getting beat bad. He’s getting beat in the Fox poll, in the Quinnipiac poll, in the NBC poll and he’s going to lose bad,” Carville said.

“The American people are turning on him by the day,” Carville continued. “Joe Biden is fine. Joe Biden, I thought performed I thought superbly in a lot of the debates. And yeah, he says some things sometimes that come out the wrong way.”

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Carville urges Trump to play golf

Then Carville turned his attention to Trump’s flubs.

“Go look at Trump gaffes,” Carville said. “Look at the things he’s said and the words that he has mispronounced. I mean, this is just silly. We don’t need to follow this kind of silliness that he puts out. And the idea that he’s going to go play golf and that’s going to turn this election around for him, that’s about the only hope left is go play golf, man. At least you’re not talking to the public.”

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