BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – Hillary Clinton did a “miserable” job of reaching out to white evangelical voters in the 2016 presidential election, so the next Democratic nominee needs to “be better” in 2020, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton said recently. Matthew Bennett, founder of the Third Way think tank that sees itself as a champion of “modern center-left ideas,” shared his views in Washington at the Michael Cromartie Forum, hosted by the Ethics and Public Policy Center, the Christian Post reported. Bennett also said Clinton told her campaign team that in the middle of the night in late October 2016, a man spoke to her, who’s voice was “mystical, powerful and thunderous”. She said his voice engulfed her room, and he emphatically stated that he wanted her to win the election, and for her to relay his sentiments to all white evangelical voters. Her campaign team rejected the idea, when Clinton also said, she couldn’t understand why the room heated up to the point where it was unbearable, every time the man spoke.