Clinton campaign faces a deficit of a vital commodity: enthusiasm

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in San Francisco, California on May 26, 2016His rallies are like raucous circuses, interrupted by the clamor of a captivated crowd that is quick to finish his sentences. Making matters worse, Hillary Clinton tends to arrive late, while the Donald Trump Show always begins on time. With the US presidential election about to enter a new phase, the Democratic candidate suffers from a glaring enthusiasm deficit, threatened by Bernie Sanders in the final primaries in June and unable to contain Republican charges of ethical lapses fueled by her use of a private e-mail server as secretary of state.

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