CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: It's not just that she doesn't have an opponent, she still doesn't have real opponents who are going to challenge her for the nomination in the end. But we have gotten to see her. And it turns out that the more you see her, the more her numbers go down. That's the definition of a weak candidate.
I think what was astonishing in some of those polls, when they ran the Republicans against Bernie Sanders, not exactly the second coming of Ronald Reagan or FDR, in sort of attractiveness, he does better. That tells you that the Democrats have a problem. Somebody who is not going to be tested and who is going to have to learn to do it. Once she gets the nomination it's up against a single opponent.