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Debate Demócrata #4: Aquí viene Hillary Rodham Clinton




 

DebateEn las últimas semanas, el tono de la carrera demócrata presidencial ha cambiado significativamente.
En los primeros 3 debate Demócratas, Hillary Rodham Clinton se comportó sin estrés y segura. La candidata respondió a cada pregunta con calma y pudo defender su lugar sin tener que elevar su vos o acudir a atacar a otros candidatos.
Esto fue antes del debate que tomó lugar el pasado domingo (17 de enero) en Carolina del Sur.
Si existía alguna duda que a la ex secretaria de estado le preocupa la competencia de Bernie Sanders, estas fueron eliminadas después del debate. Su presentación dejó muy en claro que Clinton no se siente ya tan relajada como antes.
A pesar de que Sanders logró capturar algunos votos, Clinton se mantiene por encima de los otros candidatos en las encuestas. Pero a pesar de la diferencia entre Clinton y Sanders, la candidata siente suficiente riego como para cambiar completamente su estrategia de debate.
Clinton implemento 3 tácticas. Primero, acusó a Sanders de actuar en contra de sus propios ideales al votar a favor de las armas de fuego y de tratar de eliminar Obama Care. Su otra táctica fue la de constantemente alabar al presidente Obama y compararse a él.
Por último, Clinton mantuvo un volumen de vos alto durante todo el debate. Al punto que por momentos parecía gritarle al candidato Sanders. Nos recordó mucho al 2008 cuando Clinton utilizó la misma táctica contra el entonces Senador Nacional Barack Obama, quien ahora es “el mejor amigo” de la candidata.
La competencia entre Clinton y Sanders se intensificará favor de Sanders no será asombroso que Hillary Rodham Clinton continúe elevando su vos hasta conseguir la nominación a Presidente por el partido Demócrata.


 

Democratic debate No. 4: Here comes Hillary Rodham Clinton

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez

During the past few weeks, the tone of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination has changed significantly.
During the first three Democratic debates, Hillary Rodham Clinton presented herself stress-free and confident. She answered every question calmly and defended her positions on issues without raising her voice or attacking other candidates.
That was before the debate last Sunday night (Jan. 17) in South Carolina.
If there were any doubts that the former secretary of state feels a significant threat from Bernie Sanders, they were erased Sunday night. It was clear from her performance.
Although Sanders has captured some of Clinton’s followers, the former secretary of state remains significantly ahead of him in the polls. But despite the gap between Clinton and Sanders, she still felt threatened enough to change her debating strategy Sunday night.
Clinton used three tactics. First, she accused Sanders of such betrayals of his ideals as voting with the gun lobby numerous times and of wanting to abolish Obamacare. She also embraced Obama’s presidency and complimented the president on everything he has done while in office.
In addition, Clinton kept up the volume of her voice. At times, the candidate seemed to be verbally shooting Sanders. It was reminiscent of 2008, when Clinton did the same thing to then-U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, who has become her “BFF” now that he’s president and she has a chance to be his successor.
As the primaries approach, the race between Clinton and Sanders for the Democratic nomination is intensifying. If the polls begin showing a shift toward Sanders, don’t doubt for a second that Hillary Rodham Clinton will continue to raise her voice until she proves her point that she deserves the nomination.

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