Hillary Clinton’s "Scooby Doo Mystery Machine" tour has been filled with everyday American activities such as stopping at gas stations and eating Chipotle as part of her campaign push to reach the everyday American.
Clinton aides have told reporters that they want to portray the "fun" and "exciting" candidate they believe Clinton can be in smaller settings.
"I think it’s going to come down very much tonally for her. Do I like her? I'm going to consider myself—I’ve someone who in the past was a big supporter of Hillary, but lately, I don’t know man. It's just the same show," said Donny Deutsch, who has supported Clinton in the past.
Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough said that the main challenge in Clinton’s quest to become relatable is that she has been out of the public life for more than 30 years.
"I think Hillary's problem is that she has lived inside a bubble since 1978 since the first time Bill Clinton was elected governor of Arkansas," Scarborough said.
"If she can't show a liberal, to use Joe's extremist term for me, New York Jewish Democrat, and if she can't get me to retune in, she's not going to get the rest of the country to tune in," Deutsch said.