Strait Talk: Why This Political Climate Could Create the Perfect Storm for a Third Party Candidate

ABC News Contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson on the state of the primary presidential race in New Hampshire.
1:58 | 02/10/16

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Transcript for Strait Talk: Why This Political Climate Could Create the Perfect Storm for a Third Party Candidate
So they asked him both about Dem are among the Republicans emirate which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working. And the choices were enthusiastic. The thought that the satisfied but not enthusiastic dissatisfied but not angry angry among Republicans enthusiastic. Zero. Satisfied seven. 48 dissatisfied put 91%. Say they are dissatisfied airing an interest in big news. 66%. Of Democrats think they are dissatisfied or a. That's the reason why you know this the best reason why you have trump and birdie. They represent that energy and I had a question and ask recline we haven't worn earlier. About Bloomberg trying to. Two you know symptoms that middle that's not if angry is the ovals were extremes. Would ask you think question here do you think you look at these numbers and you look at the landscape right now do you think he gets ended march. Well here's act somebody asked me earlier when he thinks looking at the election results. In the most earnest at Thani told them adding Michael Bloomberg can be tuned in. Tonight that the which you watch us come visit us if you why are former mayor. I think he's watching this I think he wants to run. I think that if day if there. Things came together and it happened if Donald Trump wants to win the nomination for some reason Bernie Sanders that I think. Michael Bloomberg in this race in a second I actually think he would even consider in this race. If Donald Trump one and Hillary Clinton won I think there's a place for eight independent candidate I don't know if it's Michael Bloomberg. Because as I think we talked about before you know a billionaire from New York that's close to Wall Street. But why would with a huge minority problem because he endorsed and sorry I don't but it is I think they are going to air in contemplation. I'm one of the things they have to do that I was talking with some folks out. In some states they have to start circulating petitions to get on the ballots in March so we'll start getting some indication they are skeptical for tickets start that process.

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