Hey, David. Which third party candidacy. Would wreak the most havoc? On the 2020 election?
Well, to answer this question, the OHV to add for which party in the sense that if Michael Bloomberg, for example, who is polling roughly 13 or 14% nationally among the Democratic
primary voters, were to decide to run third party, that would be terrible for the eventual Democratic nominee because, although Michael Bloomberg was a Republican for many years in his life,
clearly, in this election, he is on the other side of Trump on the other side of Republicans. And if Michael Bloomberg ran third party, it would be very good for Trump and bad for Democrats.
On the other hand, if a prominent Republican words a run thirdparty that has the potential to hurt Donald Trump by siphoning off a little bit of the support for him.
I don’t think there’s anybody really prominent who plans to do it. There were people saying It Romney with his impeachment vote was sort of setting himself up
maybe testing the waters to see if there was an appetite for him to run thirdparty against Trump obviously he can’t win and it would certainly hurt Donald Trump help a Democrat doesn’t seem that
Miron has even the slightest interest in doing that. And then you have folks like some of the third party candidates or lower her Democratic
candidates, like tools, Gabor where you hear people say, she’s the only one that could be Trump she could even beat Trump if he runs third party. Now it’s a completely delusional assertion to make.
There is zero chance that tools defeats Trump if she runs thirdparty and she also has no path to any delegates in the Democratic primary of course, but to see good take just enough democratic votes
that it hurts the eventual Democratic nominee now at the same time, her support is so low in the Democratic Party and she has some appeal to people on the right that a tools thirdparty run might
equally take away from Trump and the Democratic nominee and maybe wouldn’t have that much of an effect, but the… To answer the question, what third party candidate most has the potential to up
end the 2020 election. It’s just a matter of who is likely to move away from either Trump or the eventual Democrat economic towards the thirdparty candidate that is who is most likely to be hurt
by it. Now, what I wanna hear from you is there’s mention of wood Bernie run thirdparty if he doesn’t get the nomination, I don’t believe he would, he said he wouldn’t.
Would Bloomberg run thirdparty when he doesn’t get the nomination? I don’t think he would. And he said the most important thing is removing Trump and Hill financially support whoever the
nominee is. I believe the guy, I think that he will do that. Who is a likely thirdparty run that could actually have an impact. I don’t know that I can think of
anyone off hand, likely and likely to have an impact. Of course, if Bernie ran third party, it would almost guarantee a Trump win but I don’t think there’s
any chance Bernie runs, third party. Is there anyone who really might run thirdparty and could have 03/06/20 Page 15 of 17
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