“There was quite a parallel to 2004 with the exit polls that came in the were very encouraging for Senator [John] Kerry’s candidacy. To the point where Bob Shrum…who is a very skilled operative, one of the best in the country, went to John Kerry and… said let be me the first to shake your hand, Mr. President. That was at about a quarter past 9:00 on that evening on Election Day 2004. Last night, I was speaking to someone in the Clinton campaign at about 9:30, they were still very encouraged by exit polling that they were getting from Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania,” explains Morning Joe senior contributor Mike Barnicle about the similarities in the outcome for the Democratic presidential candidates of the 2004 and 2016 elections. Listen to more of the discussion here.