Can Anyone Stop Her? Hillary Clinton's 2016 Presidential Campaign - April 9, 2014





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Time magazine editor-at-large David Von Drehle and RealClearPolitics' Carl Cannon discuss Hillary Clinton's likely Democatic nomination for president in 2016 -- and her prospects of winning the general election in November.

Not since Ronald Reagan remade the Republican Party in his own image in 1980 has a presidential nomination seemed as inevitable as it does for 2016. The Democratic Party appears settled on Clinton. Her likability rating has climbed in four years, and Democrats are more united than Republicans were in 1980 (or are today). The GOP, meanwhile, lacks a true frontrunner.

Von Drehle and Cannon examine the race and the likelihood that the U.S. will elect its first female president.


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