MSNBC anchor gets unexpected earful when she asks millennial women if they ‘connect’ with Hillary

There is no editing a crowd’s resounding response like the one MSNBC recently got at Longwood University.

At the Farmville, Virginia site of Tuesday’s vice presidential debate, a crowd of female college students was asked by MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle if they felt connected to the Democratic presidential nominee.

“NO!” was the unmistakable response from the millennials.

Perhaps even more entertaining, if not awkward, was former Michigan governor and Clinton supporter Jennifer Granholm’s explanation for the disconnect.

“I wish I knew,” she said.

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