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Hillary Clinton is out, but she won't be invisible


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SOURCE: http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/432733-hillary-clinton-is-out-but-she-wont-be-invisible
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Sources close to Clinton say the 2016 Democratic nominee will seek to be an active presence in the race by fundraising, working to unify a splintered party and even making an endorsement when the time is right.“The trajectory is to do what she did in 2018 and more,” said one longtime Clinton friend, adding that she is still figuring out the best ways to be helpful.“I think that she is in a position to help the party come together, and depending on how things play out, that is something that she can do sooner than when she secured the nomination in 2016,” the friend added. “Once she does, she’s going to do everything she can to encourage her 17 million voters to follow suit and get every Democrat pulling for the nomination.”That may prove to be easier said than done, particularly if the nominee is Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersHillary Clinton says she’s not running in 2020 Feehery: Why the intellectual set won’t support President Trump Business, investor groups criticize proposals to restrict stock buybacks MORE (I-Vt.).

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