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Hillary Clinton is changing the rules of the game to win

Hillary Clinton is changing the rules of the game to win

With Election Day around the corner, Democrats deploy Dave Matthews and Justin Bieber.

“We’re going to have a lot for your eyes on next week,” Hillary Clinton is going to tell a room full of Democratic leaders. And it’s not the election—the first presidential debate or the first debate of the general election, or even the second debate, which I’ve been pretty sure was going to be canceled. This is a new game plan—and Hillary Clinton herself has been running a new game plan for weeks.

On Wednesday’s DailyKos, she announced that the Democrats are changing the rules of the game to win:

A couple of months ago, when I started traveling with the Obama campaign, we all sat around in a room and said, “This is going to be a great race. We’re going to be able to win it.” Now, we’re not going to be able to win it, because we don’t believe we’ll be able to get 50 percent of the popular vote. If we were able to do that, the American people would have a great, honest and open campaign. If we don’t win this, it will be because we lost this election in the first debate. Now, look, I’m not ready to go to my grave with this. But I want to say this. The American people deserve this outcome. We deserve to have the election decided on Tuesday so that we can work together toward the things that we agree on. And the American people have made that clear.

We need that outcome. Hillary Clinton is right. The American people are demanding it. And Hillary Clinton has now given them what they want. This is the Democratic party’s new game plan.

Now, for Democrats like me this is simply the most exciting thing about the Hillary Clinton campaign so far.

Here’s what I love about this. First, the Clinton staff has decided to call a candidate meeting for the first time in a year because the voters have spoken. They will now be able to hold their candidate meeting with their candidate. They’ve been building these meetings for a year and a half now. Hillary Clinton has her campaign meeting every week and they call it to run out the clock until we get to Election Day so that a new candidate can step up and ask questions. This is how it goes down in her campaign,

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