The Clintons are back, demonstrating their bona fides again as The Things that Wouldn’t Go Away.
Mike Allen at Axios has been keeping tabs on the family and notes that after a short period of lying low, there’s a new spate of pan-Clinton activity slated for spring, and oh, it does make him weary. He writes:
Why it matters: This family has been on the national stage for 26 years – all or most of the lifetime of anyone under 50. Chelsea Clinton, now 38, was 11 when her father, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, announced his entry into the race for the Democratic presidential nomination in October 1991. He was 45 then; is 71 now.
(Don’t miss the excellent graphic attached to this story, which sums up well what we’re in for.)
Allen’s sentiment echoes that of many Democrats […]
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