While many are calling for Hillary Clinton to drop out of the presidential race, the Iowa man who chairs Clinton’s midwest campaign says she will remain in the presidential race until a nominee is declared. Des Moines Attorney Jerry Crawford says the national media is premature in dismissing Clinton from the Democratic race.
Crawford says the process needs to play out with the upcoming West Virginia primary, where he expects Clinton to run strongly, then Kentucky, which he thinks Clinton will win. Crawford says we should let people vote and see where Clinton stands at the end of all the contests. Crawford says Clinton has made a habit of responding with strong wins after being left for dead.
Crawford says it seems like every two or three weeks the national press corps comes up with a new reason to ask Hilliary to get out of the race, and he says Clinton responds by winning the next contest. Crawford says he expects the same thing to happen in next Tuesday’s West Virginia primary. Crawford says Clinton’s disclosure that she had loaned her campaign over six-million dollars is an indication of her dedication to gaining the nomination.