Hillary Clinton's 'Easy' Candidacy Hurt by 'Unforced Errors,' Says Trevor Noah

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton seems like a shoo-in for the Democratic nomination, but as Trevor Noah points out, she’s making this race to the White House more difficult than it has to be.

On The Daily Show Tuesday, Noah introduced a new segment called “This Should Be Easy” to highlight HRC hiccups that are giving her opponents the material they need to hit her while she’s down. Take for instance her remarks on Nancy Reagan’s alleged AIDS advocacy, or her comment on the number of American lives lost in Libya during her time as Secretary of State.

As far as Noah is concerned, “Benghazi is not an issue that will hurt her with Democratic voters, but she still has to be careful about making that type of unforced error on issues her supporters actually care more about.”

Watch Parts 1 and 2 of the segment below, then sound off in the comments.