Jun 12 Posted 3 years ago
Interesting post. In 2008, when she ran against Obama in the primaries, it was clear that twitter was more of a necessary campaign "evil." Obama's social media was way ahead of all the other candidates', of course. My good friend Paul Greenberg at the time used as an argument for Obama's better understanding of social that Clinton's twitter account had thousands of followers but only followed a handful of other people. Obama's had many hundreds of thousands, and followed just as many back.
But there's no denying that Secretary Clinton doesn't learn.
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