Friday, January 30, 2015

Because once she announces, scrutiny starts

Why Is Hillary Clinton Delaying Her Campaign Kickoff?

Husna Haq, Jan 29, 2015,

Bad news for those eager to see Hillary Clinton kick off her presidential campaign: Insiders on Team Clinton say that the former Secretary of State will likely delay her campaign launch by at least three months, and that has some wondering if Hillary is in trouble.

Until now, most expected the Clinton campaign to officially kickoff in April, the beginning of a new fundraising quarter, but her campaign team recently told Politico that it will put off campaign launch until summer.

"Hillary Clinton, expecting no major challenge for the Democratic nomination, is strongly considering delaying the formal launch of her presidential campaign until July, three months later than originally planned, top Democrats tell Politico," the site reported Thursday.
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Of course, the news was greeted with some trepidation (or glee) on both sides of the political spectrum.

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