In an extremely embarrassing moment for the Clinton campaign, Fox Business Network’s Adam Shapiro pointed out that Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign stop in Orlando, Florida, Tuesday afternoon has a laughably low capacity.
According to Shapiro Tuesday morning, the venue waiting for Clinton can hold only about 200 people.
For scale, GOP nominee venue has room for 10,000 people.
A couple hundred is not the kind of attendance a candidate for president should be hoping for in a swing state a week before the general election. At least, as long as that candidate is not Green Party nominee Jill Stein.
“You talk about enthusiasm, look at this,” Shapiro said. “This is where Clinton is going to be speaking this afternoon. That’s a small, small area. There’s barely room for 200 people here. The Trump rally in Orlando tomorrow? You’re going to have an excess of 10,000 people.”
That does not mean that the race is yet run in Florida however; CNN once referred to Florida as the “Swingiest swing state.”
Back in 2012, the state swung blue by just 0.9 percent, denying former GOP nominee Mitt Romney a chance to win the presidency, according to University of South Florida professor Susan MacManus.
And with 29 electoral votes, Florida is a must-have for presidential candidates in a race as tight as this.