Carville advises Democrats to "quit being a whiny party"

During an appearance on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” host Chuck Todd asked Carville what the president should do to fix an increasingly downtrodden mood among Biden’s coalition from progressives not happy with what they see is a lack of progress on a host of issues to African Americans critical of a lack of effort on voting rights.

Carville responded that Democrats should tout their accomplishments, citing low child poverty rates and hourly wage workers getting a type of leverage and increases in pay not seen in decades.

“Those are – those are real accomplishments, and it’s something that you can run on. And, again, you don’t talk about what you didn’t get. That’s what these – Democrats whine too much, Chuck. Just quit being a whiny party and get out there and fight and tell people what you did, and tell people the exact truth,” Carville said.

“The Republican Party stands for nothing other than, ‘Let’s relitigate the 2020 election’ or, ‘Let’s get back at Jamie Raskin.’ That’s it. That’s the entire platform,” Carville continued.