Listen: Michael Bloomberg, Howard Schultz, Iowa discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"And so like this is not a way to win liberal support by going after the biggest liberal stars of the moment. Another thing these. Already done is said that he is possibly planning on going to early caucus in primary states like Iowa to which many people said you don't have to go to those states because if you run as an independent you don't have to caucus or primary. Learn the system and so everything about this rollout. Just seems like it wasn't really planned out that well as well planned out is race together. When he asked you. Talk about. Or was it was a lotta and to get to work on time. How do you feel about police brutality like you'd have to talk about that for five minute conversation? So other possible independent candidates like Michael Bloomberg have already said don't do this. It's not gonna work a lot of political. Scientists say there actually isn't a strong base of independent voters in America. A lot of voters say they're independent, but they're actually partisan. It just doesn't I just don't know what this man was thinking. Yeah. I mean, it is interesting. It's sparked such outright. Everyone is so mad about it. Because you would like the whole rhetoric I feel here so often is like our countries to divided like let's bring things to the center. But what it's exactly what you're saying. I don't know that many people actually believe in issues on both sides of the aisle when it comes down to what would Howard Schultz, his campaign slogan. Be. Unicorn latte day, every pot happiness like of energy system. Into that. I'm into that. All right. You're listening to it's been a minute from NPR the show where we catch up on the week that was gonna go to a break now. But coming up I'm going to chat with sports reporter Clinton Yates about why the NFL after months if not years of very bad headlines sawn actual ratings increase over this past season.."