How Hillary Clinton’s Secret Weapon of Power Could Save the Dems
Clinton’s secret weapon of power is her ability to leverage social media to win political points.
With the exception of a few exceptions, she has done so successfully, both at the state level and nationally.
For instance, she was able to win her home state of Michigan over by using social media and the state’s voter registration drive, and in the fall of 2014 she managed to flip Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s Kentucky state senate seat by winning over Kentucky’s Tea Party supporters.
But in 2018, her campaign was hit with a serious blow when it was revealed that she used a private email account while serving as secretary of state, and the FBI raided her home and laptop during the election.
The FBI said the email account was used for “official State Department business,” a phrase that suggests Clinton’s personal email was a significant part of the scandal.
The scandal caused her to lose the election to Donald Trump.
Trump’s campaign also took a hit.
The Trump campaign was hacked, and Trump’s top adviser Roger Stone was found guilty of lying to the FBI and facing criminal charges.
Stone admitted he had discussed the hacking with the FBI.
But, in the end, the election was not lost.
The Democrats lost the election, and Hillary Clinton received the presidency.
The Secret Weapon As she is often praised for, Hillary Clinton has not only had a solid track record on national security and national security policy but she has also proven to be an effective tool for the Clintons.
While her political opponents would like to see her take on the establishment on foreign policy and domestic policy, they can be counted on to make it seem like she is on the outs with the GOP.
And it is no surprise that she has a reputation as an extremely hawkish candidate who has a lot to say.
While she has had to deal with some major scandals and controversies, it has been very difficult for her to distance herself from the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, both of which were part of her presidential campaign.
The Clintons’ foreign policy legacy and foreign policy prowess are so important to the Clintons that they have built their entire brand around it.
This brand has earned them the reputation of being a political dynasty, a reference to Bill Clinton’s famous quote that the Clintons were born into power.
Clinton has not yet run for president, but she will have to run again.
The most important thing to remember about her is that she is not running for the presidency anymore.
She is running to be the first woman to ever become the first female president of the United States, which will likely mean that she will continue to be a force to be reckoned with.
Sources: Politico, The Hill, Fox News, Washington Post