Recently, Hillary Clinton's campaign made the monumental blunder of publicly announcing that they intended to present a Hillary that was more "authentic" to the voters.
So far, that has flopped.
Now comes Hillary's Sunday interview with Face the Nation's John Dickerson, in which she tries to convince us she is a "real person". Let's see how that went.
As you can plainly see, it is just not working. There is nothing real about her. Everything is rehearsed and contrived. It's all so phony.
"I'm a real bullrider! Yee-haaa!"
So her campaign has to go back to the drawing board to sell this woman to the American public and convince them that she is real. Personally, I don't know what she can say to sway people.
"How about, 'I am a real crook"?
I never thought of that.