Clinton Campaign Is Desperate For Cash

Clinton Campaign Is Desperate For Cash

The Clinton Campaign Manager Robby Mook has resorted to begging for donations. The Clinton Campaign is desperate for cash after dipping donation numbers. Mook even prodded Clinton supporters by saying that dipping donation numbers are “how elections are lost.”

Clinton Campaign Is Desperate For Cash

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“Our poll numbers are holding steady, which is good. We’re growing our field organization, building out neighborhood teams in communities all over the country — which is even better. But that’s happening at a time when our fundraising levels are, frankly, dipping.”

Mook seems to think that the decrease in donations have to do with overconfidence within the party. He thinks the party has Trump in the rear view mirror and are sure of victory already.

Mook warns the party that Trump could still win the election.

“We have to remind ourselves that it’s only August — and that Donald Trump has more than enough time to find his way to a win by November. After all, he’s already raising nearly as much money as we are and may even pull ahead in the weeks to come,” Mook said in an email.

It appears there is some desperation for money in the Clinton campaign. Kind of ironic, with the amount of money the Clinton Foundation rakes in. Perhaps this is more of a case of poor money management.




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