(Washington Free Beacon) Democratic strategist Maria Cardona posed the idea Sunday that frontrunner Hillary Clinton could lose critical early-state nomination races in Iowa and New Hampshire to socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.).
Cardona, a self-described Clinton supporter, said on ABC's This Week that no one should be surprised if Sanders wins both races.
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This could be a sign of just how worried Clinton's camp is about Sanders, who has garnered huge enthusiasm among the left-wing base of the party.
Host Jonathan Karl teased the discussion with clips of Sanders supporters crowing about their man. He polled well in a recent survey of New Hampshire voters, just 10 points behind the woman expected to coast to the nomination.