Hillary Clinton is sharpening her message months ahead of a likely bid for the White House.
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After a rocky first few months back in the spotlight where she struggled to offer crisp sound bites, Clinton is now test-driving various campaign themes.
The former New York senator is signaling that this time around — unlike in 2008 — she will offer a concise and cohesive vision for the country.
On Monday, she said during a Facebook question-and-answer session, “The next president should work to grow the economy, increase upward mobility, and decrease inequality.”