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She hasn't said she'll do it but the buzz about Hillary Clinton's political future and a possible run for the White House.
He certainly heating up new polling data showing her basking several potential Republican candidates in the 2016.
General election and pulling in higher numbers than fellow Democrat vice president.
Joseph Biden let's bring them back intelligently eight packet Dell and Doug Schoen are political insiders.
That is out of town have much better.
-- time and we are all right let's put him up on the screen here than McClatchy Marist polls.
-- at the only person who is close to Hillary Clinton is governor Chris Christie of New Jersey.
But if you look at the other potential.
Nominees for Republicans it's a total smackdown.
There's -- it at 40% Rand Paul.
Who's really seems to be exciting a lot in the GOP's at 41%.
She still in eleven points above him.
And against Jeb Bush don't even look former governor you know because it's ugly.
What's going on -- well.
A couple things one is -- -- you know everyone thinks she's strong she's she's free right now.
-- I'm impressed by the fact the Biden's numbers are not much worse.
If he's never been strong yet but I mean -- -- rubio and senate and but but but what she's doing is she's got this hugely but it tells me everything about the Republicans.
In the real question I think for about Hillary Clinton is which Hillary Clinton -- -- getting she was very aggressive as we get noticed some adult wants talk about.
But the real question is -- -- change agent are just.
He person surrounded by attacks changed -- gonna go to her super progress what does that tell you what this is about it she represents John does she not.
-- what's pulled in politics not what's new well she does if you look at her as her and her husband.
But -- if you look at her Hillary the woman -- this whole new thing of the woman's movements time to have a woman we've had our first African American president.
Now we want our first female president.
Great has nothing to do won't go pro or con with solving the country's problems which is what the elections are supposed to be about.
Not as examples of social change Doug let me go to you because you worked for her husband Bill Clinton when he was president so what's your take on this she's gonna run right.
I believe she's gonna run.
I believe the speech on Friday suggested very strongly that she's gonna run as a change agent talking about empowering women.
And the like.
And I think that she understands that.
Given the drift we talked about in the first segment on policy.
It is best for her to stay as far away from Washington literally and metaphorically.
As possible and I think you're gonna see.
A new and different Hillary Clinton than the one we saw in 2008 and given the numbers.
Greg I think she has every reason to believe I couldn't seem to get the nomination -- and -- elected.
I think you may be right -- get the nomination right now but the last four years ago it was also presumption -- -- right.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- On -- on on the sexual identity -- a woman we should help people.
That does nothing to solve the problems the vacuum is with the Republicans having no message the -- -- in the country.
She gets she's happy if she's around and I look at.
It -- numbers we fight our tax supply and -- nearly a little easier Chris Chris beanie beach rubio the beach Rand Paul he beats Jeb Bush what's at stake in congress what Israelis say a John about the Republican or law it's two stories number one.
Hillary isn't winning.
So much as the Republicans are losing that's what that -- right went wrong with these guys.
While that they are Republican they have the are next on that if you're -- Republican except proceed.
Yet Christie's out of the box he's all different than other Republicans who is running better but -- we started out at the beginning of the segment with the unemployment numbers and pat.
Correctly dire early predicting a bad economic future where.
That's where we're headed for 2016.
Will be talking about the recession football could be that but it stag nation anyway where -- not growing group a healthy economy gotta go I'm getting -- guys Hackett -- John absolutely AA deduction on.
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