Nader: Clinton needs a challenger from the left

“Somebody must challenge from the left, because, I mean, Hillary Clinton, who started out as a progressive out of Yale Law School and Wellesley, she’s become almost the poster child for the military-industrial complex,” Nader said in an online interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd.

“She hugs Kissinger; she hobnobs with Bob Rubin and the Wall Street crowd — I mean it’s almost a caricature,” Nader added. “But you know on social issues, like pro-choice, children’s issues, you know she keeps that liberal sheen.” …

“In the primary, I see Elizabeth Warren; I could see Sherrod Brown; I could see a few members of Congress, of the House, but they are very, very skittish about challenging the dominant players in their party,” Nader said.