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You know what happens? I'm trying to figure it out because historically if you win the presidency you don't do well two years later. And you know what? We can't let that happen. And I know what happens. I finally figured it out. Nobody's been able to explain it. It just happens statistically almost all of the time for many years.
What happens is you fight so hard to win the presidency, you fight, fight, fight. And now only two years, that's a very short period. And by the time you start campaigning it's a year. And now you gotta go and fight again, but you just won. So nobody has that same drive that they had.
So the great enthusiasm, you're sitting back, you're watching television. Maybe I don't have to vote today. We just won the presidency. And then we get clobbered, and we can't let that happen.