Trump’s opponents should be ‘worried’: Van Jones says Trump could be two-term president

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CNN’s Van Jones said Tuesday night that President Donald Trump’s opponents should be ‘worried’ following Trump’s speech.
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Jones became emotional and was clearly impressed by Trump’s handling of one particular part of the speech.

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Facing her, Trump said her husband’s legacy was "etched into eternity."

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Jones, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, added he can see a path to Trump becoming a two-term president.
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Here’s Jones’s full commentary:

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He also said it’s the kind of thing that could make Trump a two-term president.

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There are a lot of people who have a lot of reason to be frustrated with him, to be fearful of him. But that was one of the most extraordinary moments you have ever seen in American politics, period. And for people who have been hoping that he would become unifying, hoping that he might find some way to become presidential, they should be happy with that moment. For people who have been hoping that maybe he would remain a divisive cartoon, which he often finds a way to do, they should begin to become a little bit worried tonight, because that thing you just saw him do, if he finds a way to do that over and over again, he’s going to be there for eight years. But he did something tonight that you cannot take away from him. Now, there was a lot that he said in that speech that was counter-factual, that was not right, that I oppose and will oppose. He became president of the United States. And he did something extraordinary.

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Jones said Trump’s tribute to Navy SEAL Ryan Owens, who died in a raid in Yemen, was "one of the most extraordinary moments you have ever seen in American politics, period" and that it was the moment Trump "became President of the United States."

During Trump’s remarks, cameras trained on Owens’s widow, Carryn Owens, with tears streaming down her face.