“Have you slapped Hillary today?”
“Have you slapped Hillary today?”
The Maryland governor is openly making preparations for a White House run. “I think we’re on course to have a body of work that lays the framework of a candidacy for 2016,” says O’Malley.
Tina Brown, the editor of Newsweek and The Daily Beast recently endorsed a Clinton-Hickenlooper ticket. “It’s not gonna happen,” the Colorado governor says.
Insiders versus outsiders and a disagreement over who made the first move. “It wasn’t necessarily a deal that could be sweetened enough for me and my team,” says HillaryFTW’s Pacheco.
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The Missouri Senator said her once-rocky relationship with the Clintons is on the mend. She’s ready for Hillary.
Weiner’s wife, the press-averse aide to Hillary Clinton, says she’s still figuring out her role on the campaign. “I prefer to be a private person.”
Obama said it was his favorite food Tuesday. A photo of Hillary Clinton and Tipper Gore from the 1992 campaign next to a sign reading, “Let’s put broccoli in the White House again!” shows a history of White House support for the green vegetable.
“It would be difficult to have an ugly daughter.”
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An old Clinton foe is the first member of Congress to support the early Hillary effort. “We can all agree today that there is nobody better equipped to be our next President than Hillary Clinton,” says Claire McCaskill.
Bill Clinton told doctors he would not be refused and haggled his way into the operating room just before Chelsea was born. “Father of the Year.”
Minor tweaks were made to the @HillaryClinton Twitter bio Monday.
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Democratic recruits want to sit the midterms out and run in 2016 under Clinton’s name instead. “Whoever has the job of recruiting for the DCCC after I leave will not have a difficult job,” says Israel.
The former secretary of state’s Twitter account was verified less than an hour after it was unlocked.
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Meanwhile, the fashion industry cheered wildly at the prospect of her running for president in 2016.
All by Oscar de la Renta. Though not typically thought of as a fashion person, she’ll present the CFDA award for lifetime achievement to him at the upcoming awards ceremony.
The possible frontrunner for president in 2016 has never tweeted — and the people around her are barely familiar with the medium. “Where in the world is Philippe?”
The gig pays at least $250,000, says a source familiar with the conference.
“If I was a Democratic hot-shot politician, I would primary her so fast,” says Stu Stevens. Hickenlooper 2016?
Some former Clinton aides and fundraisers deride Ready for Hillary as an amateurish group of posers, but the PAC is gaining steam. “What, who are these people? These people are untested.”
Attendance will be free and open to the public. Clinton’s husband gave the same lecture at the upstate New York school nearly ten years ago.
Does the buck stop with the former secretary — or is it a political hit? “Who is Cheryl Mills?”
Both he and Hillary Clinton have memoirs set for release next year. A “full and frank look” at the New York governor’s “public and private life,” says HarperCollins.
Operatives from both camps during the bitter primary fight say all is forgiven. “The comments I get a third of the time, at least, are apologies,” says a Clintonite.