Dems Don’t Want Hillary Anywhere NEAR Their Campaigns, Drop 3 Scathing Words

With just three words, Democrats showed how much they can’t stand Hillary Clinton – at least for the moment.

Hillary’s mere presence is the “kiss of death” for 2018 Democrat candidate, according to Democrats.

Many Dems running for office don’t want her near their campaigns.

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Says a lot.

From Breitbart:

Several Democrats are saying former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is viewed as the “kiss of death” among Democratic candidates running in the 2018 midterm elections.

The Democrats, who spoke on condition of anonymity, voiced concerns that Clinton’s presence would threaten the party’s chances at retaking the House and Senate in 2018, forcing Clinton to keep campaigning to a minimum and only appearing at low-key fundraisers.

“Hillary Clinton is the kiss of death and she represents the part of the Democratic Party that led to historic losses and that elected Donald Trump president,” one leading Democratic strategist told the Washington Examiner.

Clinton’s latest rant lectures 45 on ignoring the rule of law, which is instant comedy gold.

Enter Clinton:

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