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    out of touch=?

    Row: Clinton has launched a series of attacks on her 'elitist and out of touch' opponent Obama
    Hi, what is the meaning of " out of touch" in above context? Thanks!


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    Re: out of touch=?

    She is suggesting that he is not really aware of current social, political, economic or international matters. A typical politician's attempt to denigrate an opponent.


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    Re: out of touch=?

    Hi Anglika, thank you for your help. I got it.

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