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Hillary’s Dangerous Vulnerability on Personal Integrity

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Despite Bernie Sanders’ landslide victory in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton remains the overwhelming favorite for the Democratic nomination—and that’s good news for Republicans because of her profound vulnerability on issues of personal integrity.

Among Democratic caucus participants in the Granite State, more than a third said that the quality that mattered most to them was that a candidate should be “honest and trustworthy.” Among these voters, Bernie Sanders slaughtered Hillary Clinton by a staggering 92 percent to 6 percent. If the Republicans choose a candidate who conveys a sense of ethics and authenticity, they should be able to peel away some of these Democratic voters—as well as scoring big gains among the independents who care about the honesty issue.

With more information about the e-mail scandal dribbling out every week, and with the FBI investigation scheduled for a mid-summer climax, Hillary’s reputation for phoniness and prevarication should offer her opponents an irresistible target.

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