J. Johnson first to you. The president's divided the divisive

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Pletka of the American Enterprise Institute and NBC News, White House correspondent Peter Alexander. Welcome All J. Johnson first to you. The president's divided the divisive Rhetoric over the weekend to rallies, no social distancing few masks at all, and the rhetoric on race on the monuments on America on this July 4th weekend. Andrea. I listened to the president's rhetoric, and I asked myself what happened to American leadership that doesn't just curse the darkness but offer a candle. It's very, very depressing to me that there are apparently those advising this president that the path to reelection is to demonize and To divide the American public and create this image of Gremlins running around our communities called Marxist anarchist terms that I haven't heard in in years. And you know, the American people really do listen to their national leaders. They really do Listen to their president. The president, particularly this one. We hang on his every word is every tweet. Does

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