Hillary Clinton for President. Despite the minor ‘personal email’ dispute with the big guys, the former Secretary of State remains one of the ideal candidates for presidency. Sunday, the wife to a great President of the past will announce her 2016 Democratic nomination for president.

Mrs. Clinton made an attempt to run in 2008, but its obvious that was lost to Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination. According to NPR, her early announcement of running will give her fundraising team a lead on generating millions of campaign dollars.

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According to The Wall Street Journal:

“So far, Mrs. Clinton faces scant competition for the Democratic nomination. Polls barely register former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley or former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb. One potential heavyweight — Vice President Joe Biden — has said he is considering a campaign but has taken few apparent steps to prepare for one.

“On Thursday, former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee surprisingly joined the field, and offered a biting critique from the left of Mrs. Clinton’s record on foreign policy. ‘The biggest question will be: What exactly did you accomplish in your four years as secretary of state?’ he said in an interview. ‘There was a lot of dust in the air. Not many concrete accomplishments.’ “