When “Hard Choices,” Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir of her time at the State Department, came out in early June, the book — and subsequent book tour — were touted as the first steps in the inevitable 2016 presidential bid by the nation’s former top diplomat. If that’s what they are, Clinton may be in for some tough times.Unfortunately for Cillizza and his ilk, the Beltway bubble does not speak for the American people:
Hillary Clinton remains in good shape for a 2016 presidential run, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.And against the Republicans?
The poll was taken as Clinton continues her book tour. She’s been criticized for comments about her wealth, but the poll found that the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “sweeps the Democratic primary field for the 2016 presidential race.” She would get 58 percent of the vote.
Clinton would beat ‘em all. Here are the Quinnipiac matchups:If that's what the insular echo chamber of DC pundits considers a bad week for Hillary Clinton, the insular echo chamber of DC pundits is going to have a very bad decade.
47 – 38 percent over Christie;
49 – 40 percent over Paul;
49 – 40 percent over Huckabee;
48 – 41 percent over Bush;
48 – 41 percent over Ryan.