Report: Hillary Is Planning Something Big That Reveals Her Campaign Could Be In HUGE Trouble

Decisions on presidential campaign strategies often change based on the results of the early primaries. The Clinton campaign is currently facing such decisions, according to several people familiar with the situation.

Dissatisfaction with the messaging and digital operations in her presidential campaign has prompted Hillary Clinton to consider changes in her staff and strategy. No decision is expected until the results of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, in which she is expected to experience a loss.

Clinton had made plans to wait until the first four primaries to evaluate the necessity of reassessing the staff at her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.

Stunned by her narrow victory in Iowa and the revelation of polls that show her losing in New Hampshire by 20 percent, Clinton has become more critical of aides and ordered the reassessment to be done sooner.

A Democratic official, who regularly speaks to the Clintons said, “The Clintons are not happy and have been letting us know that. The idea is that we need a more forward-looking message for the primary, but also for the general election too. There’s no sense of panic, but there is an urgency to fix these problems now.”

Shortly after Politico first reported a staff shake-up was in the works, Hillary Clinton sat down with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and denied that she planned to fire anybody. She said a reappraisal of the campaign was only natural as the primaries progressed.

Clinton dismissed the Politico report as “gossip,” saying she had “no idea what they’re talking about or who they are talking to.”

Watch: Bill Clinton’s Health In Question After He Was Caught Doing This At Campaign Rally

Last month, Western Journalism reported what viewers were noticing in regards to the health of former president Bill Clinton: His hands shake constantly.

Yet, Hillary Clinton chose to use her husband on the campaign trail noting, “I’m going to use him as a goodwill emissary to go around the country to find the best ideas we’ve got, because I believe, as he said, ‘Everything that’s wrong with America has been solved somewhere in America,’” she said.

The hand shaking as well as the campaigning for his wife continue as Bill Clinton attacked Bernie Sanders and his supporters over the weekend. Holding up printouts of comments made about his wife, Bill Clinton took umbrage with what was said about Hillary.

“For her, this is not about grand theories of revolution,” he said, all the while hands visibly shaking and voice seeming weaker than what Americans may remember when he was president. “This is about whether we can improve people’s lives. Vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane, often not to mention sexist, to repeat.”

Clinton is trailing in the polls in New Hampshire, behind Democrat and socialist Sanders. Sanders has 56 percent of the vote to Clinton’s 40 percent. Sanders, for his part, defended Hillary Clinton’s honor claiming his campaign is not behind the attacks, condemning anything remotely associated with the Clintons’ accusations.

“It’s disgusting. Look, we don’t want that crap.  We’ll do everything that we can and I think we’ve tried,” said Sanders in response to the accusations his campaign is engaged in what Clinton has called “artful smears.”

Sanders also reportedly told CNN on Sunday, “Anybody who’s supporting me and doing sexist things — we don’t want them…I don’t want them. That’s not what this campaign’s about.”

The Clintons’ Worst Nightmare Just Became Reality- Could Be The Final Straw For Hillary’s Campaign

As Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tries to paint a picture of the future with her in the White House, a woman who alleges sexual assault by former President Bill Clinton wants to be sure no one forgets the past.

Kathleen Willey was a White House volunteer in 1993 when, she has maintained, she was groped by President Clinton. He has denied the charge.

Now, Willey has agreed to become the national spokeswoman for a group being created by Republican strategist Roger Stone to dog Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail if she wins the Democratic presidential nomination.

“This gives me more of an opportunity to get this message out to young voters who weren’t even born or don’t even remember what happened and to the women who have suffered,” Willey said, adding that she will give interviews and speeches and appear in political advertisements to ensure the accusations remain alive throughout the campaign.

Stone said his goal in creating the group, which will be known as the Rape Accountability Project for Education PAC, or RAPE PAC, was simple.

The Clintons are “going to be confronted every day, on radio, on television, on billboards,” Stone said.

Willey had kept a low profile after the Clintons left the White House, but emerged after Hillary Clinton decalred her candidacy.

“My mission here is to educate,” Willey said in a January interview. “What I would like to be able to do is talk to college students who don’t know about what happened. Explain it to them. And make them understand what exactly happened back then. And then let them know all of the horrible, horrific, terrorizing details of what his wife did to his victims.

“That’s the story here. That’s the story… Instead of using that whole thing and feeling betrayed by it, she used it all as a political opportunity.

“You try to explain to people the consequences of what happens to these women when Hillary Clinton goes on the attack. It’s another woman who claims to be a woman’s advocate attacking these women. I mean, this woman absolutely terrified me. And I don’t get afraid easily.”

h/t: Reuters

Listen: Why Limbaugh Couldn’t Keep His Eyes Off Bill During Hillary’s Speech- ‘I Saw…’

As did most of his colleagues, conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh dedicated much of his program on Tuesday to analysis of the Iowa caucuses held the prior evening. During one segment, the syndicated anchor discussed Hillary Clinton’s speech to supporters after eking out a razor-thin victory over rival Bernie Sanders.

Specifically, Limbaugh revealed his concern over the aged appearance of Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton.

“I saw it all,” he said. “I saw Prep[aration] H, I saw Geritol, I saw Fixodent, I saw Depends, I saw it all. I saw dripping saliva. I saw it all, folks.”

He went on to call the scene both “astounding” and “frightening” before segueing into the candidate’s performance.

“And in front of him, Hillary’s running around screeching like a bunch of seagulls that have been starved out near Alcatraz for a while,” Limbaugh said.

Clinton’s post-caucus speech earned harsh reviews from other conservative pundits, including National Review’s Jim Geraghty, who wrote that the address marked the beginning of “Hillary Collapse 2.0.”

She was also upstaged during her own event by a local college student with a mischievous streak.

Limbaugh also offered his take on the reason for Donald Trump’s second-place finish in the GOP caucus, placing the blame on the front-runner’s use of leftist tactics in attempting to smear competitor Ted Cruz.

“Nobody is going to believe that, especially when you offer that criticism sounding as though it could come with Bernie Sanders,” he said. “In a Republican primary, you do not win if you’re going to sound like a liberal Democrat criticizing Ted Cruz.”

Obama Meets With Surprising Candidate DAYS Before Iowa- Would’ve Seemed Impossible Days Ago…

Bernie Sanders is leading in the latest polls in New Hampshire, and appears to be a serious contender against Hillary Clinton in Iowa. The reality that Sanders is giving Clinton a run for her money has set in, even in the White House. President Barack Obama took a moment this week to meet with Sanders for an extended meeting between the two politicians.

It was the first private meeting between the president and the Democrat candidate. In the past, Sanders has described the relationship between the two as all business. Sanders stated that Obama campaigned for Sanders in Vermont, and, likewise, said that he, in turn, campaigned for Obama in 2008 and 2012.

In a recent interview with Politico, Glen Thrush wrote Obama, “couldn’t hide his obvious affection for Clinton or his implicit feeling that she, not Sanders, best understands the unpalatably pragmatic demands of a presidency he likens to the world’s most challenging walk-and-chew-gum exercise.”

Those sentiments, along with Obama referring to Sanders as a, “bright, shiny, object” voters had never seen before, may have given Sanders some apprehension as to how the meeting would go with Obama.

However, after emerging from the meeting, Sanders conveyed his support for Obama’s policies. “By and large, over the last seven years on major issue after major issue, I have stood by his side where he has taken on unprecedented Republican obstructionism and has tried to do the right thing for the American people,” Sanders said after the meeting with the president adjourned.

Kathleen Hennessey of the Associated Press wrote that the meeting lasted 45 minutes but the title to Hennessey’s coverage of the meeting may say precisely what Sanders doesn’t want to hear. “President Barack Obama and his aides have said many nice things about Bernie Sanders in recent days, but this is not one of them: He’s ready to be president.”