(Washington Post) -- After Hillary Clinton’s surprise loss in the Michigan primary Tuesday night raised fresh questions about her appeal, her campaign manager, Robby Mook, arranged a conference call Wednesday with reporters to reveal a new strategy.
He would stun and subdue Clinton’s doubters with unflinching monotony.
Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times asked what Clinton would do to compete in the Illinois primary next week. “She is going to build on the work she did,” Mook said, “to lay out a specific plan to create more good-paying jobs.”
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Politico’s Annie Karni asked whether the Michigan loss identified any vulnerabilities for Clinton against a populist opponent. “She is the only candidate that has rolled out a specific plan to create more good-paying manufacturing jobs,” Mook answered.