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Well, here we are. After years of anticipation, rumors, hand wringing, and prognostication, Hillary Rodham Clinton, former U.S. senator from New York and 67th Secretary of State, has made her move—officially announcing her candidacy for the White House. It has begun.

Watch her announcement video below:


Unfortunately, we can be sure this means that the Republican machine hellbent on the Clintons’ destruction is gearing up for another run as well.

Fifteen years after its original publication, The Hunting of the President, co-authored by National Memo editor-in-chief Joe Conason, is still relevant.

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