A new fundraising letter from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign has “revived speculation” that she is still interested in winning the White House, according to Paul Bedard of U.S. News & World Report.
“While her campaign has in the past dispatched fundraising emails in a bid to finish paying her 2008 campaign debt, the timing of the latest blast raised some eyebrows,” Bedard writes in his Washington Whispers column
The mail comes amid denials from the Obama administration that the president is considering replacing Vice President Joe Biden with Clinton on the 2012 ticket, Bedard observes.
The Clinton letter reads, in part: "In her speech in Denver, Hillary told us, 'You allowed me to become part of your lives. And you became part of mine.' As we all know, campaigns are tough, but having loyal supporters like you helped make Hillary's campaign one that will never be forgotten."
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