"She is a product of our narcissistic celebrity culture. Instead of doing the heavy (and unglamorous) political lifting required of a national leader, she is embracing the luxurious life of a TV talking head. She has abandoned the very basis of her populist legitimacy: her outsider status. ... Rather than going rogue, she has gone establishment," - Jeffrey T. Kuhner, Washington Times columnist and president of the Edmund Burke Institute.

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