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Hillary Clinton gets no respect.
Hillary demanded her dubious lead in the race for Democrat presidential nominee be taken seriously during a town hall with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Monday.
After reminiscing about the 2008 scenario when Hillary threw her support behind then Democrat presidential nominee Barack Obama, Maddow asked her how the situation would go in 2016 – if she still happens to be winning.
“If you’re ahead in the vote, if you’re ahead in pledged delegates…” Maddow began.
“If” she’s ahead? Doesn’t Maddow realize Democrat National Committee Chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz will do everything she can to keep Hillary’s stacked superdelegates within her vice-like clutch.
A riled Hillary fired back.
“I am ahead! I’m way ahead on both!” she said.
Hillary briefly mentioned something about Sanders and his questionable campaign tactics before quickly reiterating her point to try and drive it home.
“But, I am ahead! And let’s start from that premise while we talk what happens next.”
Whatever you say, Hillary.
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