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Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton and Prioritizing Education

Joel Klein, former Chancellor of the NYC Dept. of Ed., joins Andy Rotherham, executive editor of RealClearEducation. Full News here – RealClearPolitics Videos

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Operatives’ Emails Echo Infighting of 2008 Clinton Campaign

The leaking of emails between Democratic operatives Robby Mook and Marlon Marshall to a network of political friends echoed the type of infighting and backstabbing that helped unwind Mrs. Clinton’s last presidential campaign in 2008. Full News here – First Draft

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Axelrod Sees Hillary Clinton as Contrast to Obama

David Axelrod has lots of thoughts about Hillary Clinton’s likely presidential candidacy – most of which come with some criticism. Full News here – Washington Wire

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Will Bill Clinton Be First Husband? Ellen’s Turn to Ask

Interviewers of all kinds have been prodding the Clintons with questions from every angle in hopes of gathering a clue about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential intentions. Full News here – First Draft

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Bush delivers remarks to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland

George W. Bush likes idea of Jeb Bush vs Hillary Clinton in 2016

By Steve Holland DALLAS (Reuters) – Never mind the potential for name fatigue. Former U.S. President George W. Bush likes the idea of a 2016 presidential matchup between his Republican brother Jeb Bush and Democrat Hillary Clinton. In an interview as part of the rollout of a book he has written about his father, former […]

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Reince Priebus, R.N.C. Chairman, Would Relish Hillary Clinton Campaign

The head of the Republican National Committee said Friday he is hoping that Hillary Rodham Clinton runs for president in 2016. Full News here – First Draft

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Hillary Clinton departs St. Ignatius Loyola church following fashion designer de la Renta's memorial service in the Manhattan borough of New York

Election results could boost Republican governors, Clinton campaign for 2016

By Gabriel Debenedetti NEW YORK (Reuters) – The sweeping Republican triumph in the midterm elections boosted the 2016 presidential prospects of three of the party's highest-profile governors, but Democrats on Wednesday said there also could be a silver lining for Hillary Clinton's White House hopes. The broad Democratic losses could give the former secretary of […]

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Rand Paul: Hillary Clinton Doesn’t Have Any Coat Tails In Kentucky, “Soundly Rejected”

BRET BAIER, FNC: Your reaction to obviously not only Mitch McConnell's win but how the map is stacking up tonight? SEN. RAND PAUL (R-Kentucky): Here in Kentucky, it's a referendum not only on the president but on Hillary Clinton. Mrs. Grimes ran as a Clinton democrat. She tried to attach herself to the president and […]

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A 2016 Preamble: Opposition Research for Hillary Clinton

Even before the midterm election results are tallied, American Bridge, the Democratic super PAC that supports Hillary Rodham Clinton, is tracking and researching 20 Republicans who could be potential presidential or vice presidential nominees in 2016. Full News here – First Draft

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton speaks in support for Senate candidate, Sen. Landrieu during a campaign event in New Orleans, Louisiana

Courting liberals, Clinton takes tougher line on big business

By Gabriel Debenedetti NASHUA New Hampshire (Reuters) – Long viewed as an ally by Wall Street, likely 2016 presidential contender Hillary Clinton has increasingly been taking banks and big business to task while on the campaign trail for Democrats across the country. Many Democratic strategists see the sharper rhetoric as an effort to win over […]

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