Mo Elleithee on CNN's State of the Union

Mo Elleithee on CNN's State of the Union

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In this video, Fox News contributor, Mo Elleithee, speaks on CNN's State of the Union in May 2015. He discusses differences between Hillary Clinton's and Jeb Bush's presidential campaigns and the potential weaknesses within them. 

Mo Elleithee is the former communications director for the Democratic National Committee and the founding executive director of Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service. For nearly two decades, he has been on the frontlines of politics and one of the top Democratic communications strategists in the country, helping political leaders and organizations figure out how to tell their story in order to break through the rapidly-changing media landscape. With humor and a charismatic personality, Elleithee shares stories and insights about the current state of politics, giving audiences an insider’s glimpse into the workings of Washington. He highlights what they can expect from the upcoming elections, the narratives around the hot button issues, and reasons why our political system is broken—and what audiences can learn from Millennials about how to fix it.

Former Communications Director of the Democratic National Committee and Fox News Contributor

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Mo Elleithee is a nationally-recognized Democratic political and communications strategist, with nearly two decades of experience on political campaigns at all levels of government. Elleithee is the former communications director of the Democratic National Committee and served as senior spokesperson and traveling press secretary for Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign. Currently, Elleithee is a Fox News Contributor focusing on the world of politics.