Mainstream media may have crowned Hillary as the President, but it growing more obvious the public is not paying attention. The economy, while currently upticking, should maintain its downward trend until the election. Economic weakness means more finger pointing in the direction of the Democratic party and votes for Trump. Bottom line, the public is tired of lip service politicians from both parties that talk of change but do nothing once in office. This growing frustration will influence the 2016 and 2018 elections in unexpected ways.
Headline: Welcome to the general election: Where did Hillary's cakewalk go?
The presumptive nominee is despised and distrusted. No way they can win a general election. This thing is over.
Must be talking about Donald Trump you say? Nope. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
It's easy to lose sight of the fact that while wide swaths of the American electorate revile Trump, Clinton will begin the 2016 general election in nearly as bad shape. And while Trump has locked down the GOP nomination and is now consolidating support among the formerly reluctant Republican establishment, Clinton continues to fight a nasty rear-guard action against an irascible Bernie Sanders who apparently doesn't care if he mortally wounds the eventual nominee.
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