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Hillary Clinton's plans for world domination are dealt a crushing blow by Kerry's choice of running mate. Plus Ralph Nader's embarrassing bankrollers

By Tumbler   August 2004

Hillary in a huff

Hillary Clinton is not happy. The selection of John Edwards as the Democratic candidate for the vice-presidency has upset her plans to run for the White House in 2008. If the Kerry-Edwards ticket wins this year, they will naturally run again in 2008. If they fail, then Edwards becomes the party’s likely candidate next time around. At the least, it means that Hillary faces a bruising and costly battle in the primaries against a younger and well entrenched heir presumptive. What makes matters rather more personal is that John and Elizabeth Edwards are two lawyers who…

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