Tomorrow, Hillary Clinton is to officially announce her candidacy for the race at the White House to take place in 2016, even though, this has been going on since 2000. The woman, from 1992 to 2000 as first lady, then senator, prefernetial candidate and defeated in theprimary elections, Secretary of State, and in the last four years, much sought after and paid orator at the Cinton Foundation. The only daughter, Chelsea Clinton, of the ex-couple had something to say in this renard declaring that she was convinced that a woman at the White House would make all the difference.
In the meantime, right on the eve, in good timing, the girl had allowed herself to be photographed on the May issue of the magazine ‘Elle’, granting a lengthy interview where some extracts have been anticipated. Chelsea has said that the fact that about 20% of the representatives in Congress were women was important, but also added that the success of the gentle sex would be the utmost with woman at the White House, “of absolute importance, also for simboli reasons too”. The announcement of the former Secretary of State – who is already being considered as the front runner of the ‘Dnkey Party’ – is expected for Sunday, probably at 12pm, with a chirping on Twitter, followed by a video–which according t o some sources, has already been shot –and a mail. Only then, are a series of conference calls to follow to map out her tour in Iowa, the first state to hold the caucus, where four years ago she had lost to Barack Obama and former senator John Edwards.
The Democratic candidates in the primaries, at present, donot have a chance against Hilary. Some Republican – for the time being, and then who knows, anyhow the show must go on – some uncertain states could be a bother to her. In some, according to surveys, she could lose against Rand Paul (who has not been nominated), or Scott Walker (who could win). Wherever, Hillary is the one to kick off the game (whether she be last or second to last if she had to win; of course with the Clintons you never can tell.)