日期:2019-07-02 10:15





The only way for Democrat to win is if the Republican Party is fractured. That's how we lost our state -- last statewide race. Jim Rex won superintendent of education because Republicans were fractured on the other side. They're not fractured behind President Trump. The opposition is solid, but his support is, too. So, it's not in play. I'm happy they're here. I actually hope the Democrat nominee will come up. I hope Republican nominees will go to states that we are not gonna win because that stands now. There are only 10 states that they need to bother to campaign then. Yeah, that's true. All the rest of them are gonna go red or blue. But this state is not in doubt in 2020. Let me just get, you know, The Political Observer of South Carolina politics. Let me get your take on how it looks. When you look at the latest RealClearPolitics for these Democratic candidates, and they are going to a very -- you know, a lot could change over the next two nights because some people may drop out of this thing forever and some people may really do well in these debates and prove themselves to be players. But Joe Biden is at 41 percent in South Carolina. Sanders at 13, Elizabeth Warren at 12, Buttigieg at eight and a half, Harris at eight, Cory Booker who is really trying to, you know, sort of get into this race is 4.5 percent there.




Why is Joe Biden so popular do you think with Democrats in South Carolina? They know him. He actually, if memory serves me, eulogize Strom Thurmond. I think Lindsey Graham tells a hilarious story about Joe Biden. I mean, he gets along, got along with Fritz Hollings. He's popular. I think Democrats in South Carolina are smart enough to factor in electability. And they think that he may be more electable than some of the other names you called. But he's a familiar face, and he's been to the state a lot, whereas the mayor and some of the others, this may be their first visit. I don't see anybody catching Joe Biden but a traditional Democrat nominee is not gonna win in South Carolina. It would require a nontraditional nominee, someone like Tulsi Gabbard. Yeah. Who is nontraditional? But I don't think a nontraditional nominee is going to be their nominee. So that's the dilemma they have. All right. Biden people know him. He's been around a long time. He eulogize Strom Thurmond. I think he's gonna probably win South Carolina on their side but I'm not an expert on Democrat politics. Well, we'll have to -- next time you'll have to tell us Lindsey Graham's funny story. Stick around for that. Trey Gowdy, thank you very much. He's in (Inaudible), I can't do it. I'm telling -- OK. Maybe offline. Thank you, sir. Good to see you tonight. Yes, ma'am. Thank you.





  • democraticadj. 民主的,大众的,平等的
  • traditionaladj. 传统的
  • smartadj. 聪明的,时髦的,漂亮的,敏捷的,轻快的,整洁的
  • hilariousadj. 欢闹的,愉快的
  • inaudibleadj. 听不见的;不可闻的
  • campaignn. 运动,活动,战役,竞选运动 v. 从事运动,参加竞
  • popularadj. 流行的,大众的,通俗的,受欢迎的
  • eulogizevt. 颂扬;称赞
  • factorn. 因素,因子 vt. 把 ... 因素包括进去 vi
  • nontraditionaladj. 非传统的,不符合传统的