Hillary Clinton's Presidential Chances Are in JeopardyAshley in 2014
Hillary in 2016
Republican suicides hit record highs in 2017
None of this closes the circle on Benghazi. None of it explains the wholly inadequate security or the dismal watch-while-Americans-die performance of her agency that night. And none delivers on her promise to find out how to prevent this from happening again. She's lucky no member in either session subjected her to the grilling this incident surely deserves.
What we have now is a hapless filmmaker in jail for a year on trumped up charges. We have Hillary exiting the public stage to plot her return in two years as, according to all her friends in the media, the odds-on favorite to succeed Obama. And we have a lot of questions about how four loyal Americans lost their lives.
Those questions should have been answered Wednesday—as far from the 2016 election as possible. Now, if Republicans have any clue how to win—which is debatable—those questions will be answered in the crucible of a campaign. The spin for today, that her legacy at State remains largely intact, is mostly correct. But her chances at becoming president could still take a hit.
Not so fast, Ashley Judd: Clinton may have someone else in mind
Sorry, Ashley Judd–Bubba does not have your back.
While the actress is reportedly mulling a run for Senate against Mitch McConnell in Kentucky, a number of Democrats–including Bill and Hillary Clinton–believe Judd may be too liberal to win the state.
According to Politico, the former president is encouraging Kentucky’s Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes to run next year. He recently took her aside and reportedly argued that a Senate seat would be a bigger platform and more important job than running for the House or even governor.
EVEN "killary" doesn't support her[jiggs judd]...