Michèle Flournoy is well-liked by both sides of the mainstream National Security community, but even her defenders expect her hawkish policies to scare members of her own party.
Marlon Marshall, a field operative with ties to the person who could manage a Clinton campaign, is leaving his role as a key White House aide.
It's all about her now.
About once a month, the pro-Clinton groups everyone knows — Ready for Hillary, Priorities USA, and Correct the Record — meet to compare notes. A fourth group is there, too: Dewey Square.
Memorial Day in Chappaqua. Getting in shape for...something.
Jonathan Mantz, Clinton's finance director in 2008, is expected to take on a major fundraising role as senior advisor, following talks with Jim Messina and John Podesta. The latest in the group's transition to a pro-Clinton effort.
"It's not going to solve all our problems, but I think it would be a very strong statement," the former secretary of state says.
Even though "everyone" wanted Hillary to make another presidential run, she demurred, as usual, yesterday. She didn't exactly rule out a run, though.
It's her second endorsement of a Clinton 2016 run this week — and it's only Wednesday!