The Campaign Spot

How Do I Give You The Highlights? This Whole Thing’s a Highlight Reel

Chris Wallace repeats Mitt Romney’s comparison of Hillary Clinton to Karl Marx, and that gets a great reaction from the crowd.

Talking about Hillary’s experience, “she hasn’t run a corner store.” The idea that she could learn about the Presidency as an internship” – ow. Subtle Lewinsky reference?
Mitt leads the raucous crowd in rejecting Hillary as a potential commander-in-chief.
Rudy says, “Hillary said, ‘I have a million ideas, America can’t afford them all… No kiddin’, Hillary, America can’t afford you.”
This crowd applauds Giuliani saying that he’s within the margin of error, and mocks the polls that said Kerry would win. Giuliani thanks Florida for rejecting Gore.

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