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nndb to be here and some of you may know I had a pretty long day dnmt written probably have the best week of her campaign so far pretty much all the stars align for her vice president Joe Biden said he wasn't going to be a candidate she'd gotten the Arab and gardening hearing all eleven hours of testimony out of the way and I took her rivals for the democratic presidential nomination Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee both dropped out of the rainn Clinton supporters believe that her performance really settled the issue and I thank god he will not want her going forward certainly we are Republicans and Democrats and critics disagree and it's never going for a candidate to be televised in a congressional hearing room answering questions no matter how good you are you're going to look right here on the defensive and you have something that you are answering for so expect those Clinton even if you didn't get very much in terms of sound bites Timmy Newton anti Clinton out going forward , and it's believed that slowly but surely she is inevitable nominee certainly weren't a period right now where Clinton running some real momentum starting with her performance at the debate last week and moving forward with Biden and godly and the rest she's got money or fund raising got a boost after that her Benghazi testimony she's getting tablissement support and she's really now well positioned for the next leg of her campaign a recent poll now has her leading in Iowa she's competing well in New Hampshire and really right now in the position to perhaps take a commanding advantage in the democratic primary