Speaking to reporters in Pennsylvania on Sunday, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that previous Democratic nominees lost in the general election because they were viewed as out of touch with the nation:
Pressed on whether she truly believes Obama is an elitist, Clinton called him "a good man," but recalled the narratives of the 2000 and 2004 president election.
"You don't have to think back too far to remember that good men running for president were viewed as being elitist and out of touch with the values and lives of millions of Americans," she said.
Clinton later reiterated the argument at a CNN sponsored forum. Watch the video:
At the same CNN forum, Barack Obama said that he thought Gore had won the 2000 Election. Watch the clip:
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