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Friday, May 30, 2003


Hillary for President,0,4978744.story?coll=nyc-topheadlines-left

posted by Editor at Friday, May 30, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
I came across this little tid bit and thought it was interesting...

One of the current contenders for next year's Democratic nomination for president said Friday he would like to see New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton someday run for the White House herself.

"I think she would be a great candidate," former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean said in a telephone interview. "I think she would be a great president."

Dean's comments came as New York's Democratic Rural Conference launched a two-day forum in Lake Placid on rural issues, planning to hear from some of the announced presidential candidates and from others, including the former first lady.

Okay, Hillary... Gov. Dean said nice things about you - now it's your turn!


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