Fareed understands the core conviction of Hillary Clinton - never be outflanked by Republicans:

She is highly intelligent, has real experience and is an attractive candidate. But she is terrified to act on her beliefs. In fact, she seems so conditioned by what she sees as political constraints that one can barely tell where her beliefs begin and where those constraints end.

It's generational and it's clinical and it impedes our ability to have a candid, honest debate.

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