Hillary Clinton 'Really Looking Forward To' Debating Donald Trump

ABC News political analyst Matt Dowd and Republican strategist Kellyanne Conway discuss Clinton's confidence against Trump and the Oregon and Kentucky primaries.
1:48 | 05/17/16

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about. There sure is. Matthew dowd is here along with republican strategist kellyanne Conway and, Matthew, let me begin with the ads that the super pac supporting Hillary Clinton is bringing up. As Jon said they'll spend about $130 million over the next eight months and the target here is not trump voters, those hard core trump voters but suburban women, moderates, will it be effective? The goal not to actually move women in the course of this because Donald Trump is doing so poorly right now among women, it's to create a barrier that is solid that Donald Trump can't get over to get back in a competitive race with Hillary Clinton among those women so it's actually to create a solid barrier. I actually think Donald Trump has made a smart move which is don't respond to this with paid advertising. Respond to this by going on the air by doing interviews. It's a much more genuine response to paid advertising and worked in the primaries. We'll see if it works in the general election. That is the big question and kellyanne, we have seen in the past the efforts to define a candidate relatively early in the process have been effective in very effective, in fact I think both Mitt Romney and John McCain lost their Summers against president Obama both times, George, because they failed to respond really until the fall and when you cement those views in people's minds early, it can be effective. I actually think Mr. Trump is doing something very wise which is he knows silence is acquiescence in politics and is fighting back and knows in some ways Hillary Clinton is operating from a position of weakness right now. You have democrats and democratic senators openly discussing laying bare her vulnerabilities, untrustworthiness and articles saying we don't know how to cure the patient. We don't know how to improve that. Smart they're going after it but I think "The New York times" piece created sympathy for Donald Trump. You have women including businesswomen he hired saying, look, I had a great relationship. He gave me a shot and what they said was false. Kellyanne, Matthew dowd, thanks very much.

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