An upbeat Hillary Clinton popped back into the political spotlight Friday with a three-minute address to Democrats, applauding them for being the ‘resistance’ against President Donald Trump.
She urged her party to ‘keep fighting and keep the faith,’ while adding, ‘I’ll be there right with you every step of the way.’
Clinton’s message was released in conjunction with the Democrats’ meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, where they’ll decide new Democratic National Committee leadership tomorrow.
But Clinton’s frequent forays back into the limelight suggest she could still write another political chapter post-2016.
She’s called out the new president several times on Twitter, writing simply ‘3-0’ when a unanimous court decision came down against Trump’s travel ban.
She’s chided members of Congress for skipping town halls, urged Trump to speak out against anti-Semitism and applauded Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., during her floor fight with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
Today Clinton looked pleased as she recited some of the left’s recent moves against the Republican occupying the White House.