The last thing a national campaign needs is a blow-out among the workers. But that's exactly what's happening between Hillary's staff in New York and the batch in Washington D.C. As Frederic U. Dicker reports in THE NEW YORK POST, there's a clash of styles between the two clans.
The New York folks are the ones who got Hillary into the Senate. They say they know their stuff. The Beltway folk say that this is a presidential run and their kinds of strategies are needed. The latter tend to be twenty-somethings.
Amid the snarling there are recriminations that Hillary's campaign is already on the way to deadsville. Dicker quotes a source claiming "New York Democrats believe Clinton isn't doing so well ... that she may not have what it takes to become president."