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Why Hillary Clinton always seems to have an inbox full of scandal

Hillary’s presidential race will be over an obstacle course

14 March 2015

9:00 AM

14 March 2015

9:00 AM


 Washington DC

To the trained eye something is up on the Clinton front. Of course, there are the stories, often one a day, that make her more newsworthy here in the United States than Ebola. There are the usual Clinton tales about her staffing problems, problems between competing fundraisers, her public appearances for hundreds of thousands of dollars, often at state universities where the money is tight.

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