Hillary Clinton, during a campaign stop for Terry McAuliffe, the democratic gubernatorial candidate in Virginia, was once again on the stump. Invoking the recent political gridlock in Washington while deftly lopping blame on the party that “seeks to hijack the great experiment” of America, she seemed to do nothing to discourage her supporters from getting excited about the possibility of a presidential run. She also seemed to do nothing signal that she has moved past musty, institutional politics both Clintons are known for.

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