Hillary Clinton?s presidential campaign is so far unable to rope in on the youngsters who have been rallying behind Bernie Sanders. But it seems Clinton now has come up with a new poll strategy – recruiting popular teen face of Kylie Jenner to win support of the millennials.
A source told Radar Online that Hillary was using her relationship with the Kardashians to win support from Kylie Jenner.
?Hillary has been really worried about her support with millennials,? the source said. ?She has a great relationship with the Kardashians so her people have been trying to get Kylie Jenner to endorse her.?
?Kylie is the perfect age to support Hillary now and she has exactly what Hillary needs. She?s 18 and she has over 50 million followers on Instagram. Hillary wants her support.?
Clinton hopes to encash on the millions of followers of Kylie who just have entered legal age to vote.
?Hillary is courting Kylie because she needs the help and she thinks it will help her connect to a younger demographic,? the source added. ?Kylie could be a big influence in the race and Hillary needs all the help she can get.?
Earlier this week, Kylie’s sister Kendall had showed her allegiance to the presidential hopeful by sharing a photo of herself wearing a Clinton T-shirt.
?Shirt by @themarcjacobs. History by @hillaryclinton. http://hrc.io/MadeForHistory #MadeForHistory #ImWithHer,? she tweeted alongside the photo.
The T-shirt, designed by fashion legend Marc Jacobs, is being sold on Clinton’s website for $45 and the proceeds go to her campaign.
Last year, Kylie?s big sister Kim Kardashian West had expressed her support for Clinton by snapping a selfie with the former secretary of state. The two had met up backstage at The Ellen DeGeneres Show after that, Hillary could not stop talking about Kim Kardashian West and how wonderful she is.
Meanwhile, Saturday’s Nevada caucuses saw Clinton defeat Senator Bernie Sanders giving a big momentum to her campaign which had wavered since her loss to the socialist in New Hampshire. With votes from 92 percent of caucus precincts counted, Mrs. Clinton had won 52.6 percent, while Mr. Sanders had drawn 47.3 percent in relatively modest turnout reports New York Times.
Political analysts believe Mrs. Clinton?s victory in Nevada and given her popularity with minority voters increases the likelihood of her winning the South Carolina primary on Saturday. She is believed to be now heading towards a major victory against Sanders and be the democratic face of presidential elections.