Donald Trump has a few weeks to prevent ‘panic,’ Chuck Todd says02:34
NBC’s Chuck Todd and political analyst Nicolle Wallace join TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie to discuss Donald Trump not apologizing, but instead saying his statements about a federal judge’s heritage were misconstrued. “By the end of the month, if he’s down…if the fundraising isn’t going well, I think you still might see – it’s a long shot – some semi-serious chatter about trying to stop him at the convention if this month continues as badly as the last seventy-two hours went.” Todd explains.
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