A.B. Stoddard, Associate Editor and columnist at the Hill, dubbed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign rollout “a disaster” on Thursday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel.
Stoddard stated, “my thoughts were this: if she — if she’s holding these events because it’s not about her ,and it’s not about her campaign, it’s about these voters, and she’s trying to win every vote, and earn their support, why is she staging events that look so awkward? I don’t care if those people sitting there looking nervous are Democratic operatives or not. There’s, like, seven or six of them. The media population at each event quadruples or more the amount of attendees listening to her take notes and smile. It’s completely stilted and awkward. I think it’s a disaster as a rollout. If she really wants to be with these people, go into a living room and close the door. Sit back on the couch and relax and talk to them. She doesn’t need to tell the media what she’s doing. She doesn’t need to smile at them, taking her little copious notes.”
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