Longtime Clinton aide James Carville appeared on MSNBC to discuss the upcoming presidential debate and what Hillary Clinton needs to accomplish.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes asked Carville if he thought Clinton should try to bait Donald Trump tonight, or if Clinton should make a case for what she would do as president.
“I think at this point in the campaign, if I were to be critical of a campaign, I’m very reluctant to do it, but I don’t think people know enough about what she wants to do for the country. and I think deep down inside she understands that,” Carville told Hayes.
Carville’s statement about people knowing what Clinton wants to do for the country probably isn’t what the Clinton campaign would have liked to hear from one of her staunchest allies.
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