Hewitt: ‘Clinton Has a Nixon Problem’; ‘She’s Unlikable over a Generation for Some People’

‘Secretary Clinton has a Nixon problem; I think she is unlikable over a generation for some people’

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HEWITT: "I don’t think issues matter. There are two archetypes on this stage. There is the smartest, toughest teacher in the high school, teaches AP Physics, Hillary Clinton, maybe she spends too much time writing recommendations for the smartest kids and there’s the football coach who wins, wins, wins and steps on people’s toes. And never the two shall cross in the hallway or like each other. And I think, and Professor Kearns worked for Johnson at the age of 24, I worked for Nixon at the age of 24, I think Secretary Clinton has a Nixon problem. I think she is unlikable over a generation for some people."
 

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