In January 2015, Hillary’s communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, advised Podesta: “Make a virtue of her longevity. Embrace all the Clinton-ness — the forty years in politics, the decades on the national stage....”
...As she cuddled up to Wall Street, Hillary forgot about the forgotten man — and woman. Bill complained in meetings that campaign manager Robby Mook was ignoring white working-class voters, according to Politico, but his concern was waved off as the plea of “a talented but aging politician who simply refused to accept the new Democratic map.”
They should have listened. Bill ousted the first President Bush by focusing on “you” rather than “I,” what the voters wanted. Hillary’s campaign message boiled down to “It’s my turn, dammit.”
“...basket of deplorables.” Tellingly, the snooty remarks were made at a high-dollar fund-raiser...
Hillary should have spent less time collecting money on Wall Street and more time collecting votes in Wisconsin.
Guess I am not the only one.