Dangers of a Democratic Catfight
Democrats Concerned About Collateral Damage; Bill Clinton Doesn't 'Give a Rip'
But today, in Parkersburg, W.Va., Bill Clinton made it clear he didn't agree.
"You know, I don't give a rip about all this name calling that's going on," he said.
"If a politician doesn't wanna get beat up, he shouldn't run for office," the former president said. "Let's just saddle up and have an argument. What's the matter with that?"
For those Democrats hoping the party will save itself from a nasty August convention fight, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid recently told a reporter from the Las Vegas Review Journal that it will be "easy" to resolve the race and "things are being done" to handle it.
He didn't elaborate.
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