The Trailer: “Money in peoples’ hands”: The Democrats who’ve learned to love crypto

While Friedman is one of the columnists Biden himself takes seriously, Schoen, a nonentity in modern Democratic politics, has fired off wildly different Clinton takes, depending on the political mood of the moment. In 2011, he and the late pollster Pat Caddell suggested that Clinton should replace Barack Obama as the party’s 2012 nominee. In 2016, when Democrats believed that Clinton was on the verge of winning the presidency, Schoen warned that the country faced a “possible constitutional crisis” if Clinton won, because the last-minute FBI probe of emails on a laptop used by former congressman Anthony Weiner, the then-husband of a Clinton aide, would create a presidency where governing took a “back seat to partisan divisions and polarization.”

Leave a Reply