VIDEO: Millennial Women Shout 'No' When Asked If They 'Feel Connected' to ClintonChris Menahan
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When MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle asked a crowd of millennial women preparing for the VP debate at Longwood University if they felt "connected" to Hillary Clinton, they uniformly shouted out "No!"
"Governor Granholm, last night, I had the very fortunate opportunity to hang out at a sorority house here at Longwood. And when I asked the women if they felt connected to Hillary Clinton, they were very, very proud to see a woman get the nomination, but they didn't feel a connection to her," Ruhle said.
"I want to actually ask the crowd behind me," she said. "So Hillary Clinton as a candidate, do you feel connected to her? I want to ask the women in the room."
"No!" they all shouted.
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