New polls out Monday paint an already obvious thing most know: The 2016 Elections in the United States are shaping up to be a Donald v Hillary moment. Just days after her win in South Carolina, and, less than one day before Super Tuesday — Hillary Clinton is reportedly hoping to shift her strategy towards her would-be November opponent Donald Trump.
“I do believe that America remains great,” the Democratic presidential candidate said Sunday at a black church in Memphis, Tennessee, referring to Trump’s “Make America Great” slogan. “But,” she added, “what America needs to do now is become whole.” Earlier this year, Clinton made a public New Year’s resolution to entirely stop engaging with Trump, the likely GOP presidential nominee.
Now, as Clinton’s top advisers appear to be accepting the fact that Donald Trump is the likely nominee — Clinton hopes “to try out some new one liners on the attack field” as Super Tuesday arrives and the political showdown for the White House begins.