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- January 10, 2016

ABC's Stephanopoulos: Clinton Camp Seems To Be "Bracing For Losses" In Iowa And NH

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STEPHANOPOULOUS: “So close in Iowa Donna, I mean it looks like a real race right now, a real race in New Hampshire. BRAZILE: “I’ve been to both states, George, and let me just tell you this. Bernie Sanders is running a textbook campaign. He has 28 offices across the state. I’ve run Iowa, I know a little bit about how to win there. There’s 101 field staff. More importantly, he has advertisement and he has momentum. He is trying to do what President Obama did in 2008, enlarge the electorate. Try to get young votes, try to get disinfected voters and non-traditional democratic voters to join him in his cause, and it is a cause. It’s not…” STEPHANOPOULOUS: “The Clinton campaign seems to be bracing for losses in Iowa and New Hampshire. They still hope they can pull out Iowa, but you hear a lot of talk about how this is a delegate fight, it’s going to take a long time.” (ABC’s This Week, 1/10/16) 

NYT's Haberman: Clinton's "I Don't Need A Tour" Line Is A "Clear Way To Remind Voters" Of Baggage

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KING: "Interesting…and we were talking about his before the show, 'I don't need a tour, I'm more electable.' She tried that against a guy named Barak Obama in 2008 and it didn't work. Is this just her DNA and this is what she wants to say? Or do they think somehow because Sanders is not a young guy like Obama that its more effective?" HABERMAN: "I think yes to all of that. I think it's some combination, but as I was listening to that I was thinking my time machine is working and I am back in 2008. Again, to that point of sort of reading the stage directions, you can talk about electability without saying 'I don't need a tour of the White House' and that is a clear way to remind voters that you have been there before, all of your experience and the accompanying baggage. My take away is I don't know exactly what is going on, but my clear take away is the Clinton campaign is concerned about a tightening either in New Hampshire or in Iowa or both. I mean New Hampshire, Sanders has had a lead there a while." (CNN,'s " Inside Politics," 1/10/16)


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