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“I Will Work for the Democratic Candidate”

I believe we just witnessed the beginning of the end for the Clinton reign in presidential politics. Chelsea Clinton looked a little like Ann Romney looked on Super Tuesday night in Boston. She loves the candidate with all her heart and knows what’s coming and hates to see it happening, knowing how hard the candidate has worked.

That had the beginnings of a concession-exit.Never count her out until she’s out. But they’re beginning to face reality and beginning to get used to the possibility that it’s coming. 

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