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An Exercise in Schadenfreude

That's how the "saturation coverage" of Hillary's forthcoming concession strikes me -- it would be interesting to know if her supporters see it the same way.

One of the pundits, a Hillary supporter, said she might be reluctant to return to the Senate, given how many of her compatriots endorsed her rival.  Please.

(and it's a big if) she's reluctant to return to the Senate, it's because she was only using it as a stepping stone to the presidency, and had no real interest in being there in the first place.  If she was willing to court Republicans who had voted for her husband's impeachment and conviction, well, it would seem that forgiving someone who had bet on the other horse would be far from impossible.

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