Maddow on Dem Candidates: Primaries that Are Hard to Win Make a Better Candidate

‘Almost always when there’s a big field that has really robust competition — ‘

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MADDOW: “Well, yes and, I mean, honestly, if you look at history in terms of the modern presidential contests, almost always when there’s a big field that has really robust competition — not every time, but almost every time, the candidate from that party tends to win because primaries that are hard to win make you a better candidate.”

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