Clinton Campaign Mocks Press Coverage

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is deploying a new weapon in its running battle with the press: withering sarcasm. Clinton has so much trouble, a decidedly tongue-in-cheek Palmieri wrote, that one poll showed that “she only had a higher favorability number than any other candidate it tested.” In fact, she added, Clinton is polling a “disastrous” 68 percent in approval among Hispanic voters (according to a Univision poll out Thursday), and “only leads her closest competition,” Jeb Bush, by a mere 37 points in that survey.