WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement on the results of the Michigan Democrat primary:
“After a stunning upset, alarm bells should be going off in Brooklyn. The fact Clinton continues to lose states, as well as key elements of the Obama coalition she’s trying to recreate, is a major warning sign for her viability in a general election if she becomes the nominee.
"Clinton is a candidate in search of a message, and a compelling reason why Democrats should make her their nominee. Her attempts to politicize the Flint water crisis and flip flop on trade deals she originally supported failed and now she will surely roll out a new campaign message without addressing the fact that voters do not like or trust her.
"While Clinton and Sanders struggle to motivate their base, Republican turnout is soaring. For the majority of Americans who want to take the country in a new direction, the Republican Party is the only choice, and voters are turning out in record numbers to put the GOP back in the White House."
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