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When you stare at him for long enough, he starts to look like a cartoon. But time has lost all meaning. The only relief comes in the form of the video feed freezing, which happily occurs about once every minute or so—sometimes for blissful minute stretches at a time.
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This is simply the fulfillment of the type of campaign he wants to run. As Paul has slipped from the headlines and fallen down in the polls—he averages today at 2. It felt at times today as though he was attempting to do the same to the viewers of RandLive.
You are now subscribed to the Cheat Sheet. We will not share your email with anyone for any reason You are now subscribed to the Daily Digest. We will not share your email with anyone for any reason You are now subscribed to the Daily Digest and Cheat Sheet. Like Daenerys Targaryen, the warrior queen of Game of Thrones, Hillary Clinton moved in on her opponents Tuesday night, reminding them one by one why she will ultimately rule.
All this Khaleesi was missing, it seemed, was her three hungry dragons. Was Clinton that good in the CNN debate, or were her opponents just that awful? She certainly benefited from the comparison. Where Clinton was polished and prepared, the others all came off as comparatively amateurish.
As they gave their answers, she stared through them as they avoided her gaze. She threw punches when she thought it was necessary. They, more or less, avoided every opportunity to punch back.
She came across as strong. They all looked weak. Clinton knew when to look in the camera, and when to look at her opponents. And it looked like she was loving every moment of devouring her rivals. Her main rival, Bernie Sanders, sustained mortal wounds within the first few minutes.
Her answer was blunt. At one point, Sanders found himself defending and shaking hands with Clinton. Not that he was much of a foe to begin with.
Between his repeated mentioning of the hot, hot—repealed—Glass-Steagall Act of which Cooper had to define for 98 percent of the American public watching and his claim that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad invaded Syria, it was pretty clear that the moment he so desperately needed to become more than an asterisk in the polls did not come.
He seemed chummy in the commercial breaks with Clinton. Given his performance, we may never know what he may have said. Then there was Jim Webb, the former Democratic senator running far to the right of Clinton and company.
He positioned himself as the candidate of working-class whites, his natural demographic, but not a segment of the population Democrats are doing well with.
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