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Hillary Clinton’s campaign now ‘second-guessing’ a lot of decisions, Chuck Todd says

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NBC political director Chuck Todd tells TODAY that the morning after Hillary Clinton’s stunning defeat by Donald Trump, her campaign is likely second-guessing strategies, surrogates, and even whether Sen. Tim Kaine was the right running mate. Political analyst Nicolle Wallace suggests that the Clinton campaign might have made better use of Vice President Joe Biden, whom she says “speaks to the forgotten man and woman” much as Trump has.