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A party insider said Thursday said likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has been given more room to maneuver given the struggles of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, leaving her less beholden to the liberal voters who backed Sen. Clinton far more room to maneuver, leaving her less beholden to the liberal voters who backed Mr. That could leave her on a collision course with progressives, who are still pressing for Mrs. Sanders‘ positions on everything from a national minimum wage to stiffer action on climate change.“The real issues are finally on the table. Dozens of other common sense ideas, on everything from racial justice and ending mass incarceration to ending fossil fuel subsidies to combat climate change, to 12 weeks of paid family leave, to pursuing diplomacy over war,” Ilya Sheyman, executive director of Move On. That means upending the Democratic National Committee’s hold on power, and changing the presidential nomination process’s reliance on superdelegates ahead of 2020, Sanders supporters say. Clinton would have to drift further left than she’s been willing to go so far. But she can’t allow them to push her so far to the left that it becomes a liability in November,” said Clinton backer Jim Manley, director of the communications practice at QGA Public Affairs and former spokesman for Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.
But Clinton supporters say the former first lady must walk a tight rope between courting hard-core progressives and turning off moderates.“I think she will need to find ways to find common cause on policy with Sen. Indeed, the Democratic Party insider told the Washington Times Mrs.
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Clinton now is “going home” to her “neoconservative ways” and no longer is interested in chasing the affection of Sanders-supporting liberals.“Everything in the Clinton campaign is driven by polls,” said the source. The former secretary of state has vowed to invest heavily in clean energy if elected president, but she doesn’t support an outright ban on the oil-and-gas drilling technique known as fracking. Sanders supports a full ban on fracking, while Mrs.
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