“I think people are depressed,” Jones said on the network Tuesday. “I think people are sad. I think people can't figure out which of these people they're supposed to vote for, and I think people are waiting to come out to vote against Donald Trump.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg secured the top two spots in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday night. Jones implied that Sanders would have received more votes if not for restrictive voting regulations in the state, which particularly affect younger voters.
"Let's not forget though, in New Hampshire, younger people, especially students, are having a harder time voting," said Jones. "They've changed the rules, they changed the laws, you have to register your car to be able to vote."