Brokaw: Lack of Enthusiasm for Clinton Could Be a Disaster for the Democratic Party

‘That would be a disaster for the Democratic Party because they’re playing to a narrower base of women and African-Americans’

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BROKAW: "Here’s the question I have about Hillary Clinton. Say she keeps her momentum up and because of what’s baked into the delegate count at this point. The people who are so enthusiastically for Bernie Sanders, do they go away. I went out there, worked my head off, no one wanted to listen to me, I’m staying home. That would be a disaster for the Democratic Party because they’re playing to a narrower base of women and African-Americans and people out of work and they need to get every one of them to come to the polls."

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