Clinton is as much a member of the establishment as anyone in the Democratic Party. In a debate, she described one of her signal achievements: "I represented Wall Street as the senator from New York." With her party in hot revolt against the status quo, neither her frosty pragmatism nor establishment credentials endear her to the Democratic base.
Hillary Clinton's Democratic Party is far left of the one her husband, Bill Clinton, fashioned when he said: "the era of big government is over."Read more