Tim Kaine: ‘There’s a Moral Vacuum in the White House Right Now’

‘And when the president feels under pressure on other issues, he’ll revert back to attacking Hillary or bragging about the size of the inauguration crowd’

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KAINE: “It -- it -- look, there’s a -- there's a moral vacuum in the White House right now."
BRZEZINSKI: "Really?"
KAINE: "And when the president feels under pressure on other issues, he’ll revert back to attacking Hillary or bragging about the size of the inauguration crowd. You know, the thing that’s sad about all of these instances, whether it’s this or whether it's the dust up yesterday with the family of this poor soldier that was killed --"
BRZEZINSKI: "Yeah."
KAINE: "-- in Niger is -- you know, what we’re seeing is that Americans elected somebody promising greatness when there was no evidence of goodness. And we're learning a very, very painful lesson which is, there can’t be greatness without goodness, but that’s what’s lacking right now.”

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