Ralston: Clinton Camp ‘Are Definitely Worried’ About Nevada on Saturday

‘Since the landslide loss in New Hampshire her campaign has put out this ridiculous spin that we are just like Iowa and New Hampshire, we’re 80 percent white’

SCARBOROUGH: “I’ve been noticing in your writing and you talking about a dramatic change in the way that the Clinton campaign looked at Nevada a month ago and how they’re looking at your state now.”
RALSTON: “Yeah, you know, Hillary Clinton came to the state much earlier than Bernie Sanders, hired all the right people, operatives from ‘08 from both the Clinton and Obama campaigns, she reached out to the Latino community, got some key endorsements. She had the state locked up. Sanders didn’t get here until the end of last year, October sometime immediately had a campaign shake up, doesn’t have nearly the operatives on the ground who understand the state. This state should have been locked up for her, but since the landslide loss in New Hampshire her campaign has put out this ridiculous spin that we are just like Iowa and New Hampshire, we’re 80 percent white, suddenly they’re trying to lower expectations but they’ve gone way overboard in their spin, I think. They are definitely worried about the result in Nevada on Saturday.”

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