Hillary Clinton is back.
She delivered a major speech that left pundits buzzing.
And she issued a major challenge to Donald Trump.
Conservatives believed Trump’s surprise victory in the November election had finally closed the book on Clinton’s political career.
She was now a two-time failed candidate for President.
Americans were fed up with the lies, scandal, and corruption and sent her a message that it was time for her to go away for good.
But Clinton doesn’t appear to have taken the hint.
She delivered a speech in San Francisco where she called on women to “resist” Trump.
“Emerging from the political shadows months after a devastating presidential campaign loss to Donald Trump, a feisty Hillary Clinton — while never directly mentioning the occupant of the White House — urged women to “resist, insist, persist and enlist” in the continuing political struggle on key issues like women’s health care and budget priorities.
“I am thrilled to be out of the woods,’’ Clinton told a sold-out, mostly female audience of 6,000 at the Professional Women’s Business Conference in the Moscone Center on Tuesday, who greeted her arrival with cheers and a standing ovation. “And there’s no place I’d rather be,’’ she added wryly, “… other than the White House.”
Her speech in San Francisco, one of the country’s most liberal bastions, comes amid talk of a “comeback” tour for the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, who has become increasingly active in expressing her views on Twitter.
The Washington Post reported this week that Clinton’s formal re-emergence into the political realm will include a speech at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security on Friday at a ceremony to mark an award that is named in her honor. In addition to getting back on the speaking circuit, Clinton has said she’s also taken on a major writing project — a book of essays and inspirational quotations due out this fall.”
Clinton also re-emerged to celebrate the GOP’s failure to repeal Obamacare.
After Paul Ryan pulled his Obamacare 2.0 bill from the floor, Clinton tweeted a giddy statement applauding the fact the GOP had failed to deliver on a significant campaign promise.
Today was a victory for all Americans. pic.twitter.com/LX6lzQXtBR
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 24, 2017
Some pundits believed this was a clear sign she was running again in 2020.
CLINTON: I’m literally running https://t.co/Nao7V09DmM
— Brett LoGiurato (@BrettLoGiurato) March 24, 2017
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