“It’s good to hear some acknowledgement of that and if you’re an African-American voter, you understand,” Jones said. “Our party is ‘We’ll spend a billion dollars on an election and 97% of the campaign dollars go to white male-owned firms.’ So you know, again, what is it that we’re getting out of this relationship? I think that it can strengthen the African-American community overall having the competition between the two parties. For a long time, the black vote was taken for granted by Democrats and written off by Republicans. That’s not happening this year.”

“I wonder if you think Democrats have left themselves a little vulnerable by focusing so much on impeachment and investigations,” Cupp asked.

“Huh? Huh? Hmmmm…” a smiling Jones asked, leaning in and cupping his hand around his ear to emphasize the validity of Cupp’s point.