Hillary Clinton hired a Coca-Cola marketing executive and Michelle Obama’s image guru to help rebrand her. And here’s what they came up with: a pseudo ‘down-to-earth’ campaign opening replete with riding in a van to Iowa and stopping at Chipotle.
Is that the best they could do?
Here’s what’s really strange about it: Despite campaign talking points that insist that Hillary “enjoys and thrives when she gets to interact directly with voters,” she’s not talking to anyone. And she certainly doesn’t sen to be thriving.
Riding in the back of a van for 16 hours is supposed to make Hillary seem like a real person. It will take more than that. She has no scheduled stops and doesn’t talk to anyone at the unscheduled ones. Yesterday, she and Huma Abedin visited an Ohio Chipolte restaurant. The pair kept their oversized sunglasses on and didn’t speak to a soul.
The night before she ordered room service from a Pittsburgh hotel.
Then, she’ s off to several closed meetings in Iowa.
What kind of campaigning is that? What kind of image building is that? Looks like a badly conceived reality show.
The contrived, puzzling, phony attempt to remake Hillary once again is a flop.
Save your money, Hillary. Those “branding experts” should stick to diet soda and dancing. Your everyday American outfit just doesn’t fit.