Hillary Clinton has been touring the country (i.e., Iowa and New Hampshire) and visiting with everyday Americans (i.e., Democratic activists pre-screened by her campaign) and listening to their stories and agreeing aggressively.
Clinton’s campaign has made use of carefully selected backdrops for these meeting in order to make Hillary seem like an everyday human person who knows what it’s like to drive her own car, park it in a parking lot, and walk to the Walmart to buy a mop. The backdrops have achieved measurable success in portraying Hillary as one of us, a Free Beacon analysis found.
She holds meetings in a garage
She holds court on a factory floor
She laughs with strangers
She sits naturally in a coffee shop
She communicates with hand gestures
She's just like us