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Panic Mode: James Carville sounds alarm on Trump’s chances in 2024 election

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Democratic strategist James Carville expressed concern about the media treating former President Trump as a regular candidate for the upcoming presidential election, emphasizing that this is not a typical election.

He criticized the normalization of Trump’s candidacy, warning that there is a chance he could win if treated as a normal candidate.

Carville also highlighted Trump’s lead in multiple key demographics and battleground states, urging major outlets to provide context by referencing Trump’s legal issues.

Carville said, “This is not a typical election.”

“Nothing is normal about this at all,” he continued.

“And if you watch his speech last night, it was completely unhinged,” warned Carville. “What I am obsessed with is, stop treating him like he is a normal candidate,” he insisted.

“But if you look at this, there is a chance that Trump could win this election,” predicted Carville. “And the way that he wins is he is treated as a normal candidate,” explained the strategist.

“We’re ill-informing the public of just what a wretched human being this man is,” Carville said. “And there is a giant effort to try to normalize this.”

He also raised concerns about Biden’s age and unpopularity, emphasizing the need for open discussion about these issues within the Democratic Party.

Carville said, “The idea that this should not be aired out and should be discussed in hushed tones is ludicrous. This needs to be discussed.”

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