Carpenter: ‘Don’t Blame Me’ Phenomenon Going with Republicans Supporting Trump

‘I wish we would have a party like that people coming together from diverse backgrounds on stage against Hillary Clinton’

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CARPENTER: "On that point, there’s a big difference not to parse words too much between supporting one, endorsing them and going on the campaign trail. I hear a lot of Republicans talk about the moment Marco Rubio, aniky Hailey and Tim Scott in South Carolina saying, man, I wish we would have a party like that people coming together from diverse backgrounds on stage against Hillary Clinton. That’s a big difference between people rallying behind a candidate like that, at the end of the day I’ll vote for him where nobody can really watch me."

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