Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience.
I think the Democratic delegate system, which awards [Hillary Clinton] 500 delegates for being an elite member of the Democratic Party, is sufficient to get her over the line. But I think she’s going to go over the line limping, and I think it’s being reflected in national polls that show her neck and neck with Donald Trump. When people talk about Donald Trump and his negatives, it’s ironic because Hillary Clinton’s negatives have been generated over 20 years and she is running at a net negative rate with the American people that is very, very high. And her inability to confidently win the Democratic nomination against a socialist is indicative of her weakness as a candidate.