Last Thursday, four Clinton veterans gathered in Washington, D.C., and gave their voice to the Hillary 2016 movement, another one of the innumerable tea leaves that those with close ties to Clintonland -- who therefore presumably have some idea about what the presumptive candidate herself is thinking -- are jumping onboard.
At this point, one would be stretched to find evidence that the Clinton gang isn't getting back together for a 2016 White House run.
Ann Lewis, White House communications director during the Clinton administration; Ellen Tauchser, who served at the State Department with Hillary; Binata Niambi Brown, who informally advised the 2008 campaign; and Laurie Rubiner, legislative director during Clinton's Senate tenure, spoke Thursday in D.C. at an event for Women Ready for Hillary. It's one of the several constituency-targeted efforts undertaken by Ready for Hillary, the super PAC that, along with Priorities USA and American Bridge, is laying the foundation for Clinton 2016.
They're far from the first, though. Here is a (likely incomplete) list of key Clintonites who have, in one way or another, signed onto their next shot at the White House.
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