Since leaving the State Department last year, Hillary Rodham Clinton has racked up scores of accolades and appeared on many a big stage. Still, it might come as a surprise that a past Republican presidential nominee — specifically, the one who is among the loudest critics of Clinton’s handling of the Benghazi terrorist attacks – would invite her to his desert retreat for a lofty conversation about leadership values.
Why doesn’t McStain (on the honor of the GOP) just go ahead and do what he really wants to do – switch to the Democrat party?
My hunch is that is exactly what he’s been preparing the ground for, of late. And if the outcome of the 2014 elections is a fifty-fifty tie, look for him to make the jump to the other side of the aisle as a finish to his great career.
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