How Thomas Jefferson Would View the 2016 Election

ABC News' Brad Mielke tours Thomas Jefferson's Monticello home in Charlottesville, VA.
1:10 | 09/20/16

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So last question for you how would Thomas jumpers this. Election how would Thomas Jefferson. Sixty. Crept back. Well I deliberately never engage. Is story. I know I think he'd be some law. A poll. Negativity. The lack of debate on real issues. Andy and they'd like to at least think it would talk about issues. Don't pose it is the disease and this difference is he too which. Tuesday. And of course we talk about this as a turning point election. We'll know more bigger turning point of course that when when demand own this property was alive and operating well thank you so much your doctor Shaughnessy from Monticello for visiting with us. And thank you guys are being around with me for this road trip as we continued taking your around several battleground states like us and tomorrow be in Pennsylvania and Ohio hopefully we'll bring you some live streams and introduces some voters in Q people around the country are thinking about this election. Not just the people from hundreds of years ago but until next time I'm huge spread milking thanks for joining us.

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