Most Democrats have Fleetwood Mac flashbacks and “Don’t Stop” thinking about the days when Bill Clinton was president. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, currently engaged in a tough battle for the White House, would handily lose their parties’ nominations to the late Reagan and former President Clinton, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. In photos, President Clinton speaks in the White House on April 26, 1996, on the Middle East cease-fire and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally in Charlotte, N.C., on July 5, 2016.
Most Democrats have Fleetwood Mac flashbacks and “Don’t Stop” thinking about the days when Bill Clinton was president. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, currently engaged in a tough battle for the White House, would handily lose their parties’ nominations to the late Reagan and former President Clinton, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. In photos, President Clinton speaks in the White House on April 26, 1996, on the Middle East cease-fire and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally in Charlotte, N.C., on July 5, 2016. Wilfredo Lee and Chuck Burton AP
Most Democrats have Fleetwood Mac flashbacks and “Don’t Stop” thinking about the days when Bill Clinton was president. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, currently engaged in a tough battle for the White House, would handily lose their parties’ nominations to the late Reagan and former President Clinton, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. In photos, President Clinton speaks in the White House on April 26, 1996, on the Middle East cease-fire and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally in Charlotte, N.C., on July 5, 2016. Wilfredo Lee and Chuck Burton AP

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