Campaign events are (for most people) extremely scripted down to the last detail. This is where the candidate will make their case to current and future supporters as to why they should be the winner of an election. Everything, and I mean everything, really needs to be perfect. You only get one first impression, after all.
So, when it comes to even basic decisions like what side of the stage to enter on and what music to play, you want to make sure you get it right. Luckily, the Clinton campaign doesn’t research the singers of the music they choose to play. Playing James Brown’s “I Feel Good” would be an excellent choice for someone who was out sick for several days with pneumonia.
Clinton rejoins the campaign trail to James Brown’s ‘I Feel Good’. James Brown died of pneumonia.pic.twitter.com/RLsvQQYL3y
— Jenna Abrams (@Jenn_Abrams) September 16, 2016
Damn it, I love this election.