Neo-conservatists, who once supported former Republican US President George W. Bush, are now supporting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, says an analyst.
“The Democratic Party… was greatly concerned about Bernie Sanders at the very beginning of his campaign when he was only polling 6 percent because they knew that Hillary Clinton was a deeply flawed candidate,” Rodney Martin, a former US congressional staffer, told Press TV on Wednesday.
Martin said Clinton is “bought and paid for” and has “tremendous neocon support.”
“There is no difference between Hillary Clinton and George W. Bush,” he added.
“It’s a tremendous revelation that many of the George W. Bush neocons are now supporting Hillary Clinton, including very prominent Marine General John Allen, and they are all trumpeting this re-engagement against Iran, re-engagement on a very hyper-militaristic level in the Middle East,” the analyst said.