Listen: President, President Trump And Democratic Party discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Cuts both ways Michael, do you think the the president would have first of all I think it's, you know, one of the things that I think President Trump's one of his great skills is honing in on, you know, something that's in front of everybody. But it doesn't actually have. Name whether it's low energy, jab or whatever. And I think this this is allowed them the opportunity to kind of hone in on this again, you can say it's outrageous. The the way he's saying blatant know that all the Democratic Party is anti Israel, anti semitic. But the other side of that is with the president have more credibility. If he had condemned congressman, Steve king's white nationalist rhetoric, or you know, house majority leader Kevin McCarthy stood up to king. President didn't. I understand that in the I have the same feeling about that as I do about screen being screamed at for you must disavow and she must disavow David Duke. We know that she doesn't like David Duke. And I know the president doesn't like white nationalism. I know the president isn't founded with Stephen king's what Steve's residents king said. But here's the same thing. I wanna say all recognize the the the reality here. Republicans have been trying to get support among the Jewish community for many many years and we failed at doing that. I mean, still the majority of Jews in America support the Democratic Party. I think the president sees an opportunity here, and you know, while well speaker Pelosi is having an issue trying to control her freshman class. I think the president and probably others in the leadership of the Republican party. See a way to try and peel some of that bag Bacar"