Hillary Watch 2016: ‘Hillary Clinton’s new website’

Hillary Watch 2016: ‘Hillary Clinton’s new website’

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Our new seriesHillary Watch 2016 is percolating today with a shocking headline revelation as reported in Politico:

Hillary Clinton’s New Website

So for those who do not think she is running in 2016, the royal HRC left the State Department this past Friday, and only two work days later, her website is up and running. Politico reports:

Hillary Clinton has found her post-State Department home on the World Wide Web.

HillaryClintonOffice.com is bare-bones so-far, sporting only a picture of the former Secretary of State and a contact form. According to registration data, the site was created Jan. 31, and was last edited Sunday. The URL was registered through GoDaddy.com.

Clinton’s 2008 campaign site, HillaryClinton.com, now links to HillaryClintonOffice.com.

Clinton has remained coy about her post-Cabinet plans, but has said she plans to continue to advocate for women and girls, and pledged to be an outside advocate for the State Department in her valedictory address to department employees.

Here is the screen grab and caption from Politico.

Clinton's new address replaces her 2008 campaign site./ POLITICO screen grab
Clinton’s new address replaces her 2008 campaign site./ POLITICO screen grab

Now Hillary Watch 2016 fans might want to sign up just to see what Team HRC is up to while HRC does “a lot of sleeping.” (Her words about what she will be doing after stepping down from the State Department.)

To that I say, “Dream on,” to any Republican who does not believe HRC will be the 2016 Democrat candidate for president. And while dreaming, the GOP had better prepare for HRC to hit the campaign trail in 2014 supporting Democrat candidates who will “work with her.” Certainly HRC will be the rock star fundraiser in 2014, even more perhaps than President BHO or former President WJC.

 Re-posted from PJ Media

Myra Kahn Adams

Myra Kahn Adams

Myra Kahn Adams is a media producer and political writer. She was on the 2004 Bush campaign's creative team and the 2008 McCain campaign's ad council. Writing credits include, National Review, Washington Examiner, World Net Daily, Breitbart and many others. Contact Myra at MyraAdams01@gmail.com


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