Hillary Clinton is back at it. Using her once-toxic brand to raise money for the DNC, Clinton is holding a series of fundraising dinners for the organization that allegedly helped her defeat Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primary.
NBC News reports:
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee will headline three events — in San Francisco, Chicago and New York — for the DNC this fall to boost the party’s chances of seizing control of the U.S. House and Senate.
Billed as “intimate dinners with discussion,” the first invitations were set to go out Monday night for a September event in San Francisco.
Clinton, the former secretary of state whose stunning loss to Republican Donald Trump in 2016 led to widespread criticism of her campaign strategy and message, has maintained a fairly low profile over the past year and a half.
She is also planning fundraisers for some women running for Congress in key races, according to a Democratic source close to her.
Clinton’s re-entry into the political foreground will certainly leave many wondering if she will try again for President in 2020.