On Thursday, Hillary Clinton held a press gaggle on her way to Chicago. A reporter asked Clinton if she could define the middle class, “numerically, in terms of policy – tax policy – where do you put the middle class? And then also philosophically. What is the middle class to you? What does it mean?”
Clinton spent two minutes bungling her way through the answer, concluding: “the middle class is a hard-to-define economic target,” and that it “is both real and aspirational.”
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