The relatively low profile of Bill and Hillary Clinton (save for the latter’s occasional very public 2016 complaints) might be about to change:
The Clinton family has made sporadic and often subdued appearances in the 18 months (538 days) since Hillary Clinton lost her presidential election. But we're about to see a lot more of them this spring.https://t.co/lgudPYnLpl
— Axios (@axios) April 30, 2018
Hillary’s got a lot more 2016 excuses to offer and she’s not going away until America’s heard all of them!
GOP Leader 1: It's going to take a bunch of miracles to save us in November!
GOP Leader 2: You ask for miracles, I give you the Clintons! https://t.co/bH6P5EwG6C
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) April 30, 2018
How the Clintons’ increased profile is welcomed by the Democrats remains to be seen, but we’re willing to bet some liberals won’t really welcome the “help.”
"THANK YOU." – Republicans https://t.co/JwXy2vekZ2
— RBe (@RBPundit) April 30, 2018
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) April 30, 2018
Well this pretty much locks up 2020 for ole Trump dog.. https://t.co/gct4KpDLXn
— Alex Lederer™ (@Kevin_Fed16) April 30, 2018
"new Clinton wave"
Um, OK. https://t.co/gykKVgiZec
— JWF (@JammieWF) April 30, 2018
If anything perhaps the Clintons are hoping that’s a wave made of money:
Longtime Clinton supporters last week received an invitation offering access to the family (the green invitation features photos of Bill, Hillary and Chelsea) at a Clinton Foundation benefit on May 24 in New York, at prices ranging from $2,500 (“Friend”) for cocktail party and dinner, up to $100,000 (“Chair”) for “Leadership Reception for two, a premium table of ten, program recognition as Gala Chair and invitations to the Clinton Foundation Annual Briefing.” The foundation’s streamlined mission: “create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement and service.”
At the dinner, Hillary might even throw in a few extra election loss excuses absolutely free of charge.