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Hillary: hiding in plain sight
Hillary: hiding in plain sight

In President Barack Obama's struggle with Congress to win fast-track authority on trade with 12 Pacific nations, a conspicuously missing voice has been that of his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, now a declared 2016 presidential candidate. It's in keeping with her obvious strategy to campaign in a defensive crouch. Her reintroduction to the American electorate, delayed well into 2015, was deliberately — yet transparently — low key, to counter the widespread perception not only that she is entitled but also that her coronation for the next Democratic nomination is assured. Rather than kicking off her campaign with a large and raucous televised rally and...

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