Senior Political Correspondent at the National Journal Tim Alberta discusses the history of Hillary Clinton’s political campaigns, and what they say about her future as a White House contender on Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson. Here’s a the essence of their conversation.
- Hillary ‘08 vs. Hillary ’16: Like in 2008, Clinton faces problems with the media. However unlike her previous campaign, she is capitalizing on her gender and reaching out to females, according to Alberta.
- Socialist Sanders: Callers feel that Bernie Sanders will take the Democratic nomination due to his loyalty to the far left, whereas Hillary tends to remain moderate and avoids polarization.
- What about Biden?: One caller feels Joe Biden is a more viable candidate due to his experience and lack of scandal. Although Biden is well-liked by Democrats, his family tragedy may prohibit him from running.
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