Why Clark Will Fade

Former Clinton advisor Dick Morris has a new column in the New York Post explaining why he thinks the fascination with Wesley Clark is temporary:

His early gaffes show his inexperience. He would be a bit like a latter-day Dwight D. Eisenhower, except that nobody can quite recall what war it is that he won. The initial enthusiasm for his candidacy really came from Europe, where this general-who-opposes-war is the kind of guy only the elites of Paris can truly love.

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