Listen: Donald Trump, Democrats, Robert Muller discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"But if if that were to happen, and I think the what we don't know is does Robert Muller have some indictments that are going to be coming forward that will allow a public display of evidence, and what will that evidence show because politically politically if it gets bad enough, and again, we don't know that's another big if it could create a different kind of political pressure that creates some support for Robert not just his investigation, but for public outcry about what the implications are for our country. So that's the best case scenario, if we're in the worst case scenario, I like that. Yeah. Great attitude. See? So let's talk about the best case scenario for many people. We're in the room. So what if Democrats obviously the house is probably the biggest the most favorable and possible outcome right now it flipping to the Democrats. How can that be a pivotal change? How Democrats give Republicans hell if they win the house and like explain all of the ways go deep into it. Well, don't hold that. I think when you look at at the dynamics in the midterms you have one of these situations where a lot of what we talk about a lot of what we can see day to day is totally removed from what's actually happening out in the midterms. So I think it's fair to say there's a lot of reaction to Donald Trump's controversies the style of governing or lack thereof and a lot of other political hypocrisy and drama when you go out and look at the fundamentals in these races, the two issues voters say concern them the most across the board health care and special interest. Having too much power in Washington on healthcare. We've seen Republicans running to say therefore four parts of ObamaCare when most people know, even if you don't watch the news all the time they kept holding these votes to repeal ObamaCare when you say, oh, well, everyone's always talking about Donald Trump. So that's and everyone's faces. Well, yes. And he certainly eating the culture. So if you flip around you can flip well outside of the news, and you still see. Trumpism but out in people's communities and in their districts in these races. They're choosing from a pool. This we already know no matter what happens Tuesday, choosing from the pool of candidates that looks fundamentally different from any we've ever seen before a record breaking number of women candidates. The first time that either party, and again, some of these things become very partisan. No, both parties have widely only nominated white men for most posts most of the time. So even when you have an African American president the Democratic Party the majority of the nominees in the house races. We're still white man. This is the first year Tuesday that the majority of democratic congressional nominees are not white, man. That itself is a cultural change, right? Thirteen percent of Republican candidates are women which while lower is higher than it's ever been for the Republican party.."