Defenders say she can easily navigate from past to future. I would quote her husband who often said -- and it's absolutely a truism -- that people vote the future, not the past, ... Rhetorically she will invoke the halcyon days of the 1990s. The fact is she knows that people are concerned very much on the future and that she very much has to address that.
STRAUSS OK. Exhibit 1002 is an e-mail from Karen Hancox, who's the deputy political director in the White House, to Kimberly Tilley, the vice president's director of scheduling. It's cc'd to me. And the subject is DNC trips. And it says, per Harold, ... He wants to proceed with the DNC request for the VP trips in April. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Hillary has been making her case to the people of New York for the past year. She's been in all 62 counties. She's been talking in a positive way about a series of issues education, health care, working families and that's how she's going to continue to conduct her race. But we expect to have a hard-fought race.