Longtime Clinton strategist James Carville was on “Media Buzz” this weekend to discuss Hillary Clinton’s relationship with the media.

The former first lady and secretary of state has long had a tense relationship with the press. Now, there are reports that if she doesn’t run for president, the single biggest factor in that decision will be the media.


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Carville said he believes that Clinton feels as though she wasn’t treated fairly by the press, particularly as first lady.

Still, Carville said he doesn’t think the public cares how well politicians and the press get along.

“I think a healthy tension between powerful politicians and the press might not be the worst thing in the world,” he said.


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Carville also said that he doesn’t think the Monica Lewinsky factor will drive voting behavior and affect the election, if Clinton does decide to run.

Watch Carville's interview on "Media Buzz" in the video above.


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