Thursday, May 19, 2016

"But Nothing in the 2016 Campaign Matches the Sheer Ugliness of 2008"

"Perhaps the most disturbing comment along this line came from Hillary Clinton herself, who in late May 2008 justified staying in the race by saying, 'We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California.' This came after months of worry that Obama, as the first black candidate with a serious shot at the presidency, would be a target for assassination. Two weeks later, on June 7, she finally suspended her campaign."

In The New Republic, Jeet Heer reminds Democrats about dead-ender Hillary Clinton in 2008. 

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