Ex-Clinton Advisor Claims Investigations into Trump 'Can’t Be Stopped'
Former Bill Clinton strategist James Carville makes baseless claims
Former campaign strategist for Bill Clinton James Carville has claimed 'investigations' into President Donald Trump could not be stopped.
The former Clinton advisor appeared on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour” to say that investigations by the Manhattan district attorney, the New York State Attorney General, and the Southern District of New York could not be stopped
“Where do you come down on the natural temptation to launch a bunch of investigations?”
“Well, that’s the question is, first of all, you can’t stop the Manhattan D. A.. You can’t stop the New York Attorney General."
"You can’t stop the Southern District of New York," he added.
"Bill Barr couldn’t stop the Southern District of New York from indicting Steve Bannon," he continued.
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"So just the momentum that is out there with these investigations now that I don’t think they can stop.”
“President-elect Biden has indicated some reluctance about this, but he said he’d get the Justice Department — the attorney general prior to this administration a pretty free hand."
"I don’t know politically the outcome of this, but I think this train is leaving the station."
"I think these investigations are vigorous and serious."
"And I think that Trump knows that.
"I don’t think it can be stopped, Brian, I really don’t.”
Earlier this year, Carville claimed Trump would lose the election and "go to jail."
"He’s desperate because he knows he’s going to lose, and when he loses quite frankly, in my opinion, he’s going to jail, and he knows that," Carville claimed at the time.
"So why would he expose himself to a format that is completely ill-suited to him?" he asked.
“I mean it was quite remarkable and, you know, having worked with Bill Clinton is probably the best one-on-one politician that ever lived," he said.