Former top adviser to former President Bill Clinton, James Carville, anticipates that Election Night will be a short night for everyone.
Speaking to MSNBC on Monday with former campaign manager for President Barack Obama David Plouffe, Carville said that he expects the election to be called by 10 p.m. that night.
“What people are doing is unnecessarily scaring people and making them unnecessarily nervous,” said Carville. “That event he had — David Plouffe is exactly right, that event in North Carolina, a state if he loses, I don’t want to wait on Pennsylvania. In North Carolina, he’s going to lose. That event was literally insane. You’re in eastern North Carolina, a state that you’ve got to win and you’re talking about some pollster at Fox News? It is literally insane that anybody — any politician would use that as a closing argument. I am not the least bit concerned about the outcome tomorrow night, and I’m not the least bit concerned that we’re going to have to wait weeks or months to find out what the result is. We’ll know and we’ll know early.”