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Hillary Clinton is apparently somewhat puzzled as to why she isn't doing better against Donald Trump.

In an address to the Laborers’ International Union of North America on Wednesday, the Democratic nominee wondered why she is leading Trump by a large margin.

"Why aren’t I 50 points ahead, you might ask,” she exclaimed in video that emerged Thursday. “Well, the choice for working families has never been clearer.”

On "On The Record With Brit Hume," Joe Trippi said that Clinton was being "sarcastic" and "unrealistic," noting that Ronald Reagan's 18-point victory over Walter Mondale in 1984 was the largest margin in a modern U.S. presidential election.

Hume said that she didn't appear comfortable or at ease during the teleconference, noting that she came across as "the Hillary that even Democrats criticize."

"I agree she's better when she tones it back, pulls it back," Trippi admitted. "She's obviously a lot better when she pulls back and doesn't do that."

Get more reaction from Trippi and Hume above.


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