The End of the Terry McAuliffe Experiment

Terry McAuliffe, the unflappably cheery Clinton family confidante, became such a favorite of the Washington press corps last year that

Terry McAuliffe, the unflappably cheery Clinton family confidante, became such a favorite of the Washington press corps last year that they took to referring to him good-naturedly by his nickname, “The Macker.”
After the election, the former D.N.C. chairman took his media celebrity, if you can call it that, and set out to exchange it for the governorship of Virginia, where he’s lived for the past two decades or so.
But Virginians have apparently been resistant to his charms. On the eve of the Democratic primary, McAuliffe, despite a whopping financial advantage and personal assistance from Bill Clinton, is now on the verge of losing—big.

The End of the Terry McAuliffe Experiment