'Who can I see really changing the channel from the show that we have right now in Washington?'" he said. "There has to be a sense that we can generate something that will speak to people who either have completely tuned out or who are so disgusted with everything they see that even though they are under no illusions that this president is a good guy would rather have that just to disrupt the system."
He said the town hall audience isn't a good yardstick to gauge how invested voters are, but he said he was impressed with the cable networks' commitment to keep doing them despite the slim numbers.
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