Carville’s Shocking Warning: Biden and Trump Alienating Youth Voters, Says Youth Engagement at Risk


James Carville, a political expert and radio host on Sunday morning expressed concern about the geriatric nature of this year’s campaign. He said that it alienates young voters.

Carville said that the lack of enthusiasm among youth for public service and policy is disheartening.

Carville – known for his political views, as well as his leadership in Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign – blamed, among other things, the aging of President Joe Biden and Donald Trump, presumptive GOP nominee.

Carville said on the Cats Roundtable Radio Show that “[young] people feel things aren’t working for [them]. Carville stated on the Cats Roundtable Radio show that “[young people] feel things aren’t working for them.”

Carville, who is turning 80 this year, claimed that Biden’s focus was on issues such as student loans or the conflict in Gaza, which affect only a small portion of the population. He should spend more time talking about big-picture topics, such as the economy.


Carville said that he would vote Biden but believed the party had more options among younger members.

He said: “We’ll have to make a final decision in November.” ” It’s not something I was overly excited about. ”

Carville prefers names with younger ages. Andy Beshear is a D-Kentucky. They are all under 50.

Carville added, “There are a lot of people in the current.” “The Governor [Beshear] of Kentucky is one of the most talented people I have ever met. He is my friend. “