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While promoting his candidate in a Politico podcast interview Wednesday, Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook made a surprising admission.
Getting voters to trust Clinton is tough, and it may not happen until AFTER she is elected.
Kinda reminds you of Nancy Pelosi saying we need to pass Obamacare so we can find out what’s in it, doesn’t it?
“She has acknowledged that she needs to earn the trust of voters, and that this is something she needs to focus on … the convention is the beginning of that process,” Mook told Politico’s “Off Message” podcast.
“I don’t think people will fully appreciate who she is until, knock on wood, she’s elected president, because when she is president, I think she will be phenomenally successful because she’s a work horse.”
Mook blames Republicans for her poor poll numbers of late, even saying “the purpose of the Benghazi Committee was to drive her poll numbers down,” but he is “confident” that Clinton will recover and earn voter trust.
We just need to elect her first …
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