Over the weekend twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did an interview with CNN. After all, she has a new Netflix documentary that some people apparently want to watch.
During the interview, Clinton accidentally revealed that Biden's chances of winning the White House are slim given he's built a similar coalition to the one she had in 2016.
“What Joe’s victories on Super Tuesday showed is that he is building the kind of coalition that I had basically. It’s a broad-based coalition. I finished, you know, most of the work I needed to do for the nomination on Super Tuesday, and then it kind of lingered on. And I think Joe is on track to doing exactly the same thing, putting together a coalition of voters who are energized," Clinton said.
Broad-based coalition? Energized voters? Hardly.
Clinton may have built enough support to beat Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday, but then she failed to do the necessary, tough campaigning against Donald Trump during the general election. Instead of campaigning in Wisconsin, she attended swanky fundraisers in the Hamptons with Hollywood celebrities. The reacurring theme of 2016 is that she couldn't find Wisconsin, or even Michigan, on a map.
Clinton's so-called "coalition" failed on Election Day 2016 and a lack of support led to the crumbling of the usually reliable "blue-wall" of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
If Biden has built a coalition like the one Clinton had, which for some reason she's touting as a success, then he's bound to lose to President Trump in November.