Listen: Donald Trump, Cory Booker And Pete Buddha discussed on AM Joy
"They're tired of people not being able to talk to their brother-in-law about politics because we are so divided for each other. And so I think there's a real appeal to what Cory Booker is saying to a lot of people. But I think the trick is. And I think what he's going to have to figure out is how can he be very aggressive about the abuses of Donald Trump? And then make a case that only by defeating that kind of politics can we get? The better world that he's talking about. Yeah. All right. Well, let's go to go to another person that's running on idea of trying to defuse kind of neutron bomb that politics has become an Pete Buddha. Judge who is also kind of running in a lane of not fighting right and trying to sort of win over the other side. This is footage in an interview with CNBC's, John Harwood talking about identity politics. I'm gonna Tiffany on this one. Running to be president for anyone if I thought of myself just in terms of identity lanes, it'd be pretty only place because I'm the only multi American episcopate gave Ed or I know. I know. If we get entity right, then it can actually be a source of solidarity with people whose identity is different. I think divisive identity politics is exactly what's being practiced by the White House today. And it's using race to divide us within for example, the middle and working class that's threatening very particular needle identity politics party. That is very diverse. Ken that work. You know? I I I don't adopt their language by using the term identity politics. We all bring our identity into the voting booth that, but it only seems to apply to marginalize communities, and it takes on this negative connotation, so I just wanna be clear on the lingo. But I think he is running somewhat of a dangerous campaign because sometimes I think he tends to step a little too far over to the right? And it's going to be really hard in an environment where the demographics in the country are changing, and you have people who wanna walk the middle of the road and try to appeal to these Trump voters who we have seen in"