All that is great material for Drudge Report headlines. That conservative media outlet can also create more unflattering photos of The Hillary. During Campaign 2017, that was the Drudge Report's signature.
Meanwhile, those struggling to put The Hillary legacy somewhere, anywhere post-Election Day defeat are playing around with the language to describe what to call it. Here is the analysis of that by William D. Cohan in Vanity Fair.
So far, it's considered beneath ClintonWorld to capture The Hillary Next in traditional marketing/public relations language. Those are terms such as "comeback," "repositioning" and "rebranding."
Instead the big brains could likely invent a fresh lexicon for how someone who was supposed to win the election for president didn't and decides to move beyond that narrative. For now the holding buzzphrase is "out of the woods." No longer is that catchy or cute.
What we wonder about is if ClintonWorld is worth Drudge's attention. Or ours. Most of us, including Matt Drudge, might prefer she recede from the spotlight. How gracious it would be if she turns the stage over to the next generation of liberal leaders. They range from Cory Booker to Sheldon Whitehouse. BTW, Elizabeth Warren, a kind of The Hillary 2.0, may be finished. We just don't like that type.
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