by Patrick J. Buchanan
Were the election held today, Hillary Clinton would probably win a clear majority of the Electoral College.
Her problem: The election is two months off.
Sixty days out, one senses she has lost momentum — the “Big Mo” of which George H. W. Bush boasted following his Iowa triumph in 1980 — and her campaign is in a rut, furiously spinning its wheels.
The commander in a chief forum Wednesday night should have been a showcase for the ex-secretary of state’s superior knowledge and experience.