BBC America’s Katty Kay said on MSNBC Tuesday morning that in her experience, young women don’t have a great love for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton because she just “feels old,” both because of her age and her politics.
The Morning Joe panel was discussing a poll that found that young people have very unfavorable opinions of Clinton, including a whopping 72% who say she is not trustworthy. Kay said that voters were “craving somebody who is trustworthy and you can rely on. Neither candidate is giving you that, neither Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.”
“I spent much of June talking to young women voters who don’t particularly like Hillary Clinton,” she continued. “And another thing that they said to me is that, ‘Look, we feel that a woman president would be new, but Hillary Clinton for us feels old.’”
“Not just that she feels old in terms of age, she feels like old news,” Kay said. “There’s nothing fresh about her.”
Watch the exchange above, via MSNBC.
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