Many millennial Democrats were strong fans of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during the primary, and have been slow to embrace Hillary Clinton as the party's nominee.
MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle had noticed this, and reported that she spent time with sorority girls at Longwood University and said that while they're happy a woman is a major party's nominee, they don't feel "connected" with her.
Ruhle then asked the crowd of students, specifically the female ones, if they felt connected to Clinton. Their response? An emphatic "No!"
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Back in July, a poll revealed that millennials had a better opinion of Lord Voldemort, the villain from the Harry Potter series, than they did of Clinton or Trump.
Clinton's millennial issues are probably going to continue snowballing. Audio unearthed last week revealed that Clinton once called Sanders' supporters "people who still live in their parents basement." Since then, Sanders and Clinton have split up on the campaign trail.