"The language of fear is nearly universal in politics"

“The language of fear is nearly universal in politics… and we have people running for President using the language of fear. We’ve been at war for 15 years, so you can understand people’s fear—but it also is a prime opportunity for the language of reason to address this fear. And one of the things that has surprised me about former Secretary Clinton’s language is she hasn’t adapted yet to language of reason in combating her opponents,” observes Mike Barnicle of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign strategy in engaging terrorism fears across the country. Watch Mike’s conversation with former Governor Howard Dean (D-VT) on Clinton’s tactics here. Only on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.


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