Clinton Campaign Shakeup

Ready to ditch staff.

As she gets set for what is expected to be a humiliating loss in New Hampshire on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton and her hubby Bill are said to be looking to shake up their campaign operations to fight back against the surprisingly strong campaign of Bernie Sanders. Politico reports that the fancy office space that houses Clinton's campaign in hipster Brooklyn could see a changing of the guard:

Hillary and Bill Clinton are so dissatisfied with their campaign’s messaging and digital operations they are considering staffing and strategy changes after what’s expected to be a loss in Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire, according to a half-dozen people with direct knowledge of the situation.

The Clintons — stung by her narrow victory in Iowa — had been planning to reassess staffing at the campaign’s Brooklyn headquarters after the first four primaries, but the Clintons have become increasingly caustic in their criticism of aides and demanded the reassessment sooner, a source told Politico.  

Clinton eked out a narrow victory over Sanders in Iowa with both candidates scoring 49% of the popular vote. On Tuesday she is expected to lose to the admitted socialist by double digits in the Granite State.

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