"Mrs. Clinton has come unbound".
Penn, a frequent contributor to The Hill, co-wrote a Sunday op-ed for The Wall Street Journal with Andrew Stein, a former Democratic Manhattan borough president and president of the New York City Council.
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The piece goes on to argue that rising stars in the Democratic Party "revealed themselves to be bungling amateurs in the Brett Kavanaugh nomination fight, with their laughable Spartacus moments".
Add, recently a couple of the Clintons in the package sent the bomb.
The generation of Democrats who have been waiting to take over the party from the Clintons will be fuming that she is back and stealing their show.
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President Trump has also indicated he'd be happy to see Hillary across the debate stage again.
Clinton made the announcement in an interview with a shadowy cloven-hoofed figure, telling him, "I was sitting in my living room drinking a glass of chardonnay and thinking, and drinking and thinking, and drinking and drinking and thinking and drinking". "You can expect her to run for president once again".
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"I feel very well-prepared for having been in the Senate for eight years, having been a diplomat in the State Department", Clinton said, leaving out so many crucial details about her self-described stellar record.
That's according to Mark Penn, a former advisor the the Clintons.
As one expert put it, "If she can just bring that level of experience to the American presidency, we will be screwed in ways mere language couldn't possibly describe".