There is no editing a crowd’s resounding response like the one MSNBC recently got at Longwood University.
At the Farmville, Virginia site of Tuesday’s vice presidential debate, a crowd of female college students was asked by MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle if they felt connected to the Democratic presidential nominee.
“NO!” was the unmistakable response from the millennials.
VIDEO: MSNBC’s Ruhle Asks Millennial Women If They Feel Connected To Clinton, Crowd Yells “No!”https://t.co/kPCbR5MCjP
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 4, 2016
Perhaps even more entertaining, if not awkward, was former Michigan governor and Clinton supporter Jennifer Granholm’s explanation for the disconnect.
“I wish I knew,” she said.
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