(NBCNEWS) — Two of the Republican Party's most prominent strategists agreed Sunday that Donald Trump is tapping into a deep well of voters' dissatisfaction with Washington — but they both insisted he won't win the party's nomination for president.
"There's a lot of frustration and anger in the country about the federal government, and about politicians in both parties. And Donald has become a vehicle for that kind of frustration," said Charlie Black, a senior adviser to Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential bid, on NBC's "Meet the Press."
Black said he does believe he's "here to stay for a while, maybe through a few primaries — but he is not going to be the nominee."
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