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On MSNBC, Washington Post editor Bob Woodward talked about Hillary Clinton's struggle to win broader support: "I think a lot of it with Hillary Clinton has to do with style and delivery, oddly enough. She shouts." The super PAC Correct The Record, which focuses on defending Hillary Clinton from attacks, quickly pounced with an online video juxtaposing Woodward's comments with a montage of several of the men running for President. There is a lot of shouting, just not from Hillary.

The Real Shouters: Trump, Christie, Cruz, Carson ... and Bernie?

Some of it is familiar. Donald Trump rips the sound technician at a rally, "Whoever the hell brought this mic system, don’t pay the son of a bitch who brought it in." Chris Christie tells a heckler, "sit down and shut up." Small bursts of an angry Ted Cruz are generously sprinkled throughout. More jarring for some will be the clip of an undated Bernie Sanders town hall, in which he says to an attendee: "Excuse me. Shut up! You don't have the microphone!" The tone of the Brooklyn-born Sanders varies little from that of the New Yorker Trump and Garden-Stater Christie.

Hillary Clinton Eyes the Gender Gap

Finally, the crunch of the electric guitar soundtrack ceases, and we see a calm Hillary Clinton at the podium during an October Women's Leadership Forum event: "Well first of all, I'm not shouting. It's just when women talk, some people think we're shouting." With Bernie Sanders laying claim to the youth vote, it's the gender gap that's keeping Hillary afloat in the Democratic primary. Any attack that can be interpreted as holding Clinton to a double standard will be quickly seized upon in order to maximize that gap. The question remains if that approach that win over the one group of women holding out on Hillary: young women.

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