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These threats and I think right now.
The administration has a lot more questions -- answer.
About their initial -- -- gonna we're gonna ask those questions without doubt I want to talk about the 47% comment because it feels like.
If anything has driven the narrative.
And if anything has swayed numbers in the past couple weeks it's that the 47% comment according to the pollsters is the one that's -- really kicked here.
How do you get past that is what can the governor say tonight.
To make people go -- all right we can move on you know I think the governor made clear that he was talking about that -- -- political contacts it it's that's always a mistake I think when candidates play analyst and and in that regard he didn't he said -- that's not exactly what he said Kevin was that 47% of Americans.
Believe that they are victims and that he can never convince them to take responsibility for their lives.
That's not a statement that has really -- politics isn't much of this this goes in court what people -- what I'm saying is yes how can -- yet.
Re channel that message was clearly wasn't the message -- wanted to be -- I think it goes to the core of what he believes and I think -- believe the reason he's running for president because he wants to help a 100% of the America American people.
He wants to help everybody realize more prosperity he wants to set the country.
On a better course than we've been in the last four years so I think one of the things that you will see tonight and I think it's it's something that we're gonna see for the rest of this campaign.
Is -- is it is posing the question to the American public.
Are you satisfied with where we've been for the last four years and you want another four years that because I think most people asked that question.
Let's -- no I don't want more the status quo I don't wanna see -- continuation of these policies.
From more deficits more debt at a very slow economic growth and we -- -- see all Americans realize greater level of economic prosperity.
That is how he makes in this also goes to the the question we also get about connecting with the American public -- that helps him connect with voters.
Politics -- like sports and this but this sport has a clock we're based baseball -- it doesn't.
But when when you're behind.
Sometimes you have to swing for the fences or throw the hail Mary I wonder if now that the polls suggest -- behind -- much -- the -- -- your behind if we can expect.
Something -- be give.
And not and not -- at the clock run out but something big from the governor -- so what I -- I just don't I don't think that there's going to be something.
Big moment they're really radically changes and tenacious -- I think it's gonna be army remain very close and I think the way we win.
-- you have that sliver of undecided voters right now right they watch this prison for the last four years and they judged his policies very harshly.
How do we get them to probably persuade them to vote for them around like an Ohio talk about the future you talk about how their lives will be better under president -- -- -- again.
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