Mark McKinnon and Myra Adams trot out an old hobby horse of mine from the campaign:

Given the Clintons ambition for power, most would agree that Hillary doesn’t see secretary of State as the final chapter in her career. Certainly she’d like to be president.  But increasingly, she has to view that prospect as a declining one. As tough as the Clintons are, the book Game Change provides a pretty good insight into just how much that campaign took out of her. The prospect of going through that kind of microwave experience again can’t be terribly attractive.  Although, one thing we do know about the Clintons when it comes to the presidency: they never quit.

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