James Carville repeatedly mocks Trump's weight with crude insults

Democratic strategist James Carville repeatedly spouted crude attacks about President Trump's weight while discussing his prospects for the 2020 presidential election.

"He's a big fat loser, alright. This guy hasn't seen his d--k since 1988, he's so fat," he said on Thursday's edition of "The Stuttering John Podcast." He also predicted that the president would lose reelection.

“Alright, he’s gonna get his fat a-- beat. The question is by how much," Carville said. “If we want to go to this lethargic kind of stuff, and blah, blah, blah, and worry about this, we can get 290, 295 electoral votes and it’ll change nothing."

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"If we go and take it to him and talk about what a massive, fat failure he is, then we can run away with this thing. The idea is not just to defeat Trump, you have to defeat Trump-ism. You have to defeat the idea that the United States of America is a place and not an idea."

Carville's comments came after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., similarly took a shot at Trump's weight, saying that he was at higher risk for COVID-19 because he's "morbidly obese."

Earlier in the election cycle, Carville caught attention for warning that Democrats would lose if they nominated a progressive candidate like Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for president.

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After Sanders suspended his presidential campaign, Carville expressed confidence that Trump would lose but worried about Republicans' alleged attempts to suppress the vote. "The extent that they will go to to hold onto power ... they will kill people to stay in power, literally," he said.

On Thursday, he similarly told podcast host John Melendez that Democrats didn't need to worry about Republicans winning, just them "rigging it."