Brazile: Clinton Faces 'Hard Road' from Possible 2016 Challengers

Brazile: Clinton Faces 'Hard Road' from Possible 2016 Challengers

On this weekend’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” Democratic strategist Donna Brazile said despite former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton being the favorite for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, she still face a “hard road” to get that nomination should she choose to run.

Partial transcript as follows:

STEPHANOPOULOS: — Donna Brazile, that Hillary gets the nomination. But she’s — every single frontrunner, she’s the biggest frontrunner Democrats have ever had…

BRAZILE: Right.

STEPHANOPOULOS: — gets some kind of a challenge that really draws blood.

BRAZILE: And remember, she was the big frontrunner in 2008 and all of a sudden, Barack Obama…

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You see Barack Obama…

BRAZILE: (INAUDIBLE).

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: — on the left…

(CROSSTALK)

BRAZILE: Well, no, but I — I do see Elizabeth Warren, who is very popular with the Democratic base. She has a message that resonates with people.

And who knows?

I mean Greta talks about the war on women. She talks about the war on women’s paychecks and the fact that women are making less because we’re not doing more to help them. so I — I still see a…

(CROSSTALK)

BRAZILE: — Hillary has a hard road still.

(h/t RNC Research)

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