The Clinton team, before the polls closed, tried to play down the contests, attributing their expected defeats in part to his outspending them on advertising: $300,000 more in Louisiana on television ads, $190,000 more in Nebraska and $175,000 more in Washington state.Advertising?!!? That did it?!!? First of all, I saw a lot of Hillary ads in the little television viewing that I did. They were good ads, too. Secondly, do you really want to insult your base party activists by suggesting that they were so easily swayed by advertising? What about the issues? What about the candidates? Both of them held big rallies here as well as did the television interviews. Don't you think that people were swayed by that as well as discussing the issues and watching the preceding primaries and caucuses? Clinton's team, if indeed they said this, does no favors to her by insulting the intelligence of the Democratic electorate.
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