The Phoniest Elizabeth Warren-Hillary Clinton 'Fight' of All Time
Thirty-five years ago (trust me, I know where I'm going with this), Ronald Reagan's campaign for president turned lemonade into an even sweeter version of lemonade. Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy had run a strong but doomed primary campaign against President Jimmy Carter. He'd actually led Carter in the polls before the start of the Iranian hostage crisis galvanized support for the White House. Only in the waning months of the primary did Kennedy start winning states, and at one New York stop he let the president have it.
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