ABC’s Dowd: Trump ‘Represents to Most People a Value Conversation that They Don’t Trust Hillary Clinton’

‘The problem is presidential elections are never fundamentally about issues, are never fundamentally about qualifications ... They’re fundamentally about values that people relate to, the American public’

DOWD: "The problem is presidential elections are never fundamentally about issues, are never fundamentally about qualifications. They’re fundamentally about values. They’re fundamentally about values that people relate to, the American public. And I agree with Bill. Even though, as I said, I think Hillary Clinton is favored in the new coalescing. I think she is likely to win this election in the course of this. I think right now, Donald Trump represents to most people a value conversation that they don't trust Hillary Clinton."

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