Hillary Clinton is set to do well in Silicon Valley, a venture capitalist told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" on Monday. But even in historically liberal California, it won't be a slam dunk win for the Democratic front-runner.
"Over the last five or six presidential elections, the candidate with the most charisma ended up winning," said Paul Holland, general partner at Foundation Capital. "I don't think you can discount Donald Trump from that perspective. I think that's a place where Hillary Clinton needs some work."