When Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic nominee next year, she and her team will frame the election as “historically significant”. In doing so, they will ignite a great social movement to elect the first Madame President.
In the last twelve months, Secretary Clinton’s public speeches and commentary have discernibly shifted in focus and content, to female empowerment, pay equity and her “grandmother glow”.
Never far away with a ready and helping hand, the media are showing their intent to advance the Clinton 2016 narrative. Just last month, following the conclusion of her prepared remarks at her own press conference addressing the email scandal, her first exchange with the media began like this:
“It’s wonderful to see you here again. Why did you opt out of using two devices at the time?” the Turkish reporter asked, after Clinton spoke at the United Nations in New York. “My second follow up question — if you were a man today, would all the fuss being made, be made?”
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