Hillary Clinton supporter Jennifer Granholm appeared on MSNBC to discuss the state of the race before Tuesday’s vice presidential debate.
MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle told Granholm that she had sat down with female college students who said they didn’t feel like they could connect with Clinton. Ruhle then proceeded to ask the large crowd behind her if they felt “connected” to Clinton. The crowd responded with a nearly unanimous chorus of “No.”
Granholm tried to explain away this latest evidence that Clinton isn’t connecting with young women voters.
“I wish I knew,” she said of the reaction. “The young people I have been in touch with, my own kids and that, they’re obviously with her and feel her.”
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