After the president tweeted and deleted a video of an apparent supporter shouting "white power," NPR's Noel King asks conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg if that was part of a political strategy.
NOEL KING, HOST:
And earlier today, I talked about this moment to the conservative writer Jonah Goldberg.
A Pew poll said in September of 2016 that more than 1 out of 10 voters who said they were going to vote for Donald Trump said they would be disappointed if Donald Trump won.
KING: So the question, Jonah, here, it strikes me, is 2020 fundamentally different?
KING: Jonah Goldberg, editor-in-chief of The Dispatch.