Mark Halperin Says, “I Now Think she’s not only easily the most Likely, I don’t think she’s any more the most Likely”
Mark Halperin of Bloomberg News expresses his now skepticism that Hillary Clinton is the most likely Democrat nominee for the 2016 presidential race. The libs on the ABC This Week panel scoffed at the notion; however, a recentt Fox News poll shows Hillarty Clinton’s honesty rating drop. Just 44% say the label “honest” describes her, while 52% disagree. This is down from just a year ago, by a 54-42 percent margin, voters said Clinton was “honest and trustworthy”. Emails are not a wonky subject, everyone can pretty much understand the issue at hand. Liberals think that this is a media driven scandal, but is it? After 8 years of a faux-transparency presidency, are Americans really going to want 4 more years of the same?
Bloomberg News’ Mark Halperin has changed his mind over Hillary Clinton’s chances of becoming president because of the news that Hillary used a private email while at the State Department and told ABC’s This Week, that she’s all but done as a candidate. That’s a pretty big turnaround over a story that hasn’t birthed any damning information about the former first lady at his time.
Halperin is now the unofficial leader of #ItstheEndOfHillaryClintonAsPresidentHooah! club.
MARK HALPERIN, BLOOMBERG NEWS: I said a few weeks ago on this show that I thought she was easily the most likely president of the United States. I now think not only is she because of this as a symptom and a cause, I now think she’s not only easily the most likely, I don’t think she’s any more the most likely.
I think it’s important to hold all politicians accountable for their actions, but Halperin’s breathless condemnation of Hillary Clinton is off the wall.