KENTUCKY FREE FALL: Hillary Loses Quarter of a Million Votes from Her 2008 Primary Win

It was another disastrous night for Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton lost nearly a quarter of a million votes tonight in Kentucky compared to her 2008 victory.

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Hillary won the Kentucky primary in 2008 with 459,511 votes.

On Tuesday night Hillary pulled ahead of Bernie Sanders in Kentucky in the final minutes.
With 99% of precincts reporting
Hillary has 212,549 votes to Bernie’s 210,626 votes.
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That means Hillary lost nearly 250,000 votes since her win in 2008.
This must have Democrats nervous.

The Hill reported:

Donald Trump warned that Hillary Clinton should “drop out” if she can’t win Tuesday’s Kentucky primary as he laid into his likely general election opponent in a series of tweets.

“Do you think Crooked Hillary will finally close the deal? If she can’t win Kentucky, she should drop out of the race,” Trump tweeted Tuesday night before adding “system rigged.”

At the time of his tweet, Clinton and Bernie Sanders were locked in a tight race for Kentucky, with news outlets characterizing it as too close to call.

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