>> A show of hands, how many of you think overall Hillary Clinton is more of a liability than an asset to the Gillum almost all of you.
>> Hillary Clinton is seen as this kind of figure that the right rails against. They go to rallies and they say lock her up.
>> Hik is a rallying point for the right. They use that messaging against Hillary Clinton to drive out their votes. I think you could end up seeing a huge boost in their numbers because you have Hillary Clinton now on the other side being associated with Gillum so closely.
>> What concerns you about the baggage and the scandals that she was associated with and how that might impact the Gillum campaign?
>> Her post-presidential sort of demeanor or platform has been very sort of self-indulgence and very much about relitigating what happened in 2016. In our generation, my generation doesn’t really respond to this relitigation of 2016. And I want to call it whining, but at this point, it’s kind of what it feels like.
>> I am concerned. And as a young person, he nailed it. We’re going forward, Progressive movement. Progressive policies. We’re looking ahead, and I think she represents an old democratic
>> Does anyone think Hillary Clinton can be helpful to the Gillum campaign?
>> I do. I think she can be financially helpful because she has a history of fabulous fund-raising, and I think that’s where she should stay.
>> As far as I know, going out and making speeches for Mr. Gillum, I don’t think so.
>> What is it specifically you think, how might Hillary Clinton harm the Gillum campaign, do you think?
>> She’s just got bad cred.
>> Bad cred.
>> Bad cred. People don’t trust her. No one trusts her. The reality is, I voted for her. I supported her. But she does things that — she trips over herself. And she makes big mistakes.
>> Hillary Clinton did an interview recently and said that she was asked about the Lewinsky affair, and she said it wasn’t an abuse of power because Monica Lewinsky was an adult.
>> Is that something that Democrats want to hear right now leading up to the midterms?
>> We’re in 2018. Time’s up, me too, Harvey Weinstein, unleashed a generation long abuse of power, and it’s completely tone deaf to say that a female 21-year-old intern at the White House in the Oval Office with the president is not a victim. And is bringing her on going to be a trigger for some people saying you know what she just said a week ago.
>> Her saying, oh, she was an adult and you know, we didn’t do nothing wrong can hurt him in a way saying, you know, she’s supporting what they have done at that time.
>> So the last thing you want is her down here in Florida.
>> Yeah, I mean, it’s just not — let’s get some fresh blood down here. Spice it up.
>> Too important.
>> Why risk it? He’s ahead right now.