MUST SEE!!! MISSOURI SEN. CLAIRE McCASKILL MEDIA BLITZ IN SUPPORT OF HILLARY CLINTON FOR PREZ!!!
Here's a look at today's Democratic Party Iowa media blitz and bash for Hillary Clinton's inevitable Presidential run with Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill leading the charge.
Maureen Dowd @ The New York Times Offers Perspective On The 'Madam President' Event:
"Hillary’s first Iowa campaign event, titled “Madam President” and featuring Claire McCaskill, the Missouri senator who famously broke away from Clinton Inc. to join the Obama revolution in 2008. Now McCaskill, who once said she wouldn’t trust Bill Clinton near her daughter, is presciently back in the fold, on board with Ready for Hillary, the super PAC supporting Clinton for 2016."
Time Mag Blog Covers the "Madame President" event from Emily's list: “We have to have millions of people engaged and ready for what will be the pivotal race in America’s history,” McCaskill said. “And that is about getting everyone excited now for what I hope will be that moment in 2017 when we all get to say ‘Madam President’ to Hillary Rodham Clinton.”
US News & World Report: 'Madam President' Effort Kicks Off in Iowa - Sen. Claire McCaskill shills for Hillary Clinton in Iowa
Iowa TV: Sen McCaskill: Hillary Clinton for President
Des Moines Register: Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill said in Iowa this morning she envisions that moment in 2017 when everyone gets to say “Madame President” to Hillary Clinton.
ABC News: Claire McCaskill Looks Ahead To Hillary Clinton’s ‘Moment’
NBC News 7 Facts About The Missouri Sen.: "Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill Tuesday added her support to a growing roster of Democratic activists pushing the former secretary of state to make another bid for the White House in 2016."
BuzzFeed: Claire McCaskill Says She’s Apologized To Bill And Hillary Clinton - The Missouri Senator said her once-rocky relationship with the Clintons is on the mend. She’s ready for Hillary.
And so . . . Sen. Claire has shifted her Obama love to adoration for a powerful political lady and the move isn't really in step with the vast majority of the Missouri electorate but certainly helps her rep as a Midwest Power broker.
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