Hillary Clinton tweeted today that Republicans are continuing the war on women, referring to a "trifecta" of anti-women policies, including failing to confirm Loretta Lynch as attorney general. 

Clinton was also referring to a bipartisan human-trafficking bill that is stalled over an abortion provision opposed by Democrats. 

Last night on "Special Report," Charles Krauthammer opined that Clinton has already diminished her changes of winning the White House with her recent handling of the private email controversy. 

Krauthammer argued (above) that when a losing candidate runs for president a second time, the goal is to convince voters you're a "new person." 

"It's been 15 years since all of the shenanigans of the 90s. There was a hope that with Hillary, that cloud, that shadow would go away. Well, with the donations from the foreign entities and with the emails now. Regardless of details, there is no 'new Hillary.' She can't possibly run on it. It's going to be the old Hillary and that makes her chances greatly diminished," he said. 

The "Outnumbered" panel weighed in today on Clinton's latest tweets, specifically on whether the former First Lady can use the "war on women" successfully.

Rachel Campos-Duffy, who is married to Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.) predicted that younger female voters are going to have a hard time supporting Clinton. 

She said that the Monica Lewinsky scandal is going to be "new" to many 18-to-30-year-old women. Campos-Duffy argued that the "compromises" made by Clinton in her marriage will not be easily understood among younger women. 

"She's out of touch. I can say this is a political spouse. If my husband did to me what Bill Clinton did to Hillary Clinton, I would have called the press, I would have opened the windows of the White House and I would have thrown his crap out the window. That's what most women 50 and younger would have done," she argued.

Watch the full discussion below.