Clinton Insider: Clinton Campaigns ‘Are Really Rife with Fighting’

Doug Schoen says the infighting is quite typical of all Clinton campaigns

“I've spent the better part of forty years doing campaigns. And you're absolutely right, in the early stages of a campaign there’s infighting, in this case between the Hillary loyalists and the newcomers from the Obama campaign. But what I’d also know about the way Hillary campaigns and Bill Clinton campaigns as well -- I worked and having been there -- is that they are really rife with fighting and candidly, I stayed out of the 2008 election myself because I just didn't want to subject myself to the constant back and forth, the battling, the fighting.”

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