Hillary’s ‘Suicide Squad’: Meet Five Democrats Trying to Prop Up Clinton

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton returns to her cabin after speaking to reporters aboard her campaign plane at Chicago Midway Airport on September 29, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton suffers from record high unfavorable ratings, as reports warn she won’t be able to hold together the same coalition that elected President Barack Obama.

So the Clinton campaign is out with a new “Squad Goals” video, featuring President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Featuring a thumping soundtrack, all those popular members of the Democratic party explain why they are voting for Hillary Clinton.

“I really really really want to elect Hillary Clinton,” says Obama.

“I just have one message for you, don’t screw this up,” says Elizabeth Warren.

“I’ve known Hillary a long, long, long, time,” says Joe Biden, as the video features him hugging Clinton.

“Hillary Clinton is the superior candidate hands down,” says Bernie Sanders.

“I am inspired by her persistence, her heart, and her gut,” says Michelle Obama.

The video features lots of footage of Clinton standing with the popular Democrats, but does not once include the candidate speaking. The message? Join Barack and Michelle and Joe and Bernie and Elizabeth, suck it up and vote for Clinton.

With only weeks left to campaign, Team Clinton has each of the star Democrats on the trail for Hillary.

On Monday, October 3, Vice President Joe Biden will travel to Florida to campaign for Hillary in Orlando and Sarasota. On Tuesday, October 4, Warren will campaign for her in Las Vegas while Michelle Obama will campaign for her on the same day in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina. On Wednesday, Sanders teamed up with Clinton in Durham, New Hampshire to urge voters to the polls.


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