Resistance: Hillary Clinton Rehires Two Former Campaign Aides

Hillary’s upgrading her perpetual campaign to remain a very important person this week with the rehiring of two campaign operatives.

Vowing to oppose President Trump at every level, the not-so-popular former Democrat nominee is doing her level best to cash in on the left’s visceral hatred of Donald Trump.

But this makes perfect sense, doesn’t it?

With the Clinton Foundation more or less out of business and both Clintons out of power, the gravy train has come to an abrupt halt.

So the quickest route to cashing in on politics is to jump in front of the “We hate Trump” train in hopes that major liberal donors will give to Hillary’s strategy to make a living by giving speeches.

And of course we’re hoping and praying she might hear the calling from on high to run for POTUS one last time.

She’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Here’s more from Buzzfeed…

Hillary Clinton has hired two political operatives from her 2016 presidential campaign to help manage Onward Together, the project she founded this spring with former governor Howard Dean to fund and support a coalition of Democratic groups led by activists and organizers.

The new additions, Emmy Ruiz and Adam Parkhomenko, held central roles on Clinton’s campaign: Ruiz delivered key victories as state director in Nevada during the primary and in Colorado during the general election; Parkhomenko worked in headquarters as her director of grassroots engagement before moving to the Democratic National Committee. Both served on Clinton’s first presidential bid in 2008.

Dean, the Onward Together co-founder, confirmed the recent hires on Friday. The two former campaign aides will be working on Onward Together as consultants.

Clinton’s new group, registered in May as a 501c4 organization with an affiliated super PAC, is working to establish a small but diverse cooperative of about 10 to 12 grassroots efforts, each one focused on a different area of the energy and activism set off by Donald Trump’s election and presidency. Dean said they are still in the process vetting groups to add to the coalition, which already includes organizations such as Swing Left, Emerge America, and Run For Something.

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