Sooner or later, a Democratic presidential contender is going to be critical of Hillary Clinton. It has happened before and it will happen again.
Already, a few people openly mulling challenges to the presumed frontrunner have issued shots across the Clinton bow. Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer has openly theorized that Hillary could "shift hard right" after her election. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said frankly, "No, I don't think so" when asked if Hillary was the right leader for the political revolution that he believes is needed.
Then there's the elephant in the room: Vice President Joe Biden, the man who would in any other cycle be heir apparent. Aside from the occasional assertion that he is "uniquely qualified" to be president and that Hillary's decision to run or not will not affect his own, Biden has remained quiet while the infrastructure for a Hillary candidacy was built. That infrastructure has included significant support from the Obama veterans who otherwise might have been prepping Biden's own run.
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