‘Stronger Together’ vs. ‘Stronger In’: How The Democrats Sound Like The Failed Anti-Brexit Campaign

The ‘Stronger Together’ slogan which finds itself at the heart of Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the White House first caught my attention a few days ago. Trump's got it in the bag. We know how this "Stronger together" stuff works out don't we, Dave? #DNCinPHL #RNCinCLE pic.twitter.com/RETuN3Mjgq — Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) July 24, 2016 Despite having pointed out repeatedly on the run up to the Brexit vote, I scarcely thought the Democrats would not learn the lessons of the failed ‘Stronger In’ campaign to keep Britain in the European Union. But over the course of the last few days it has become apparent that Hillary plans to fight an ‘Establishment 101’ campaign against Donald Trump. Why? Perhaps they don’t know any other way. But here’s what really struck me about the Democrat Convention, Hillary’s platform, and the similarities to the Brexit campaign. 1/ @NYGovCuomo speech v similar to "Remain" campaign during #Brexit… #DemsInPhilly — Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) July 28, 2016 STRONGER TOGETHER Of course, as mentioned, the slogan is strikingly similar to the ‘Stronger In’ campaign during the Brexit referendum in Britain. And the Democrats and Hillary are repeating that Mr. Donald Trump is trying to strike fear into people.