No wonder Hillary Clinton won’t come out of the shadows and is planning to push back her campaign launch date to July.
Appearing on “Special Report” Thursday night, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer opined that stumbles by Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee for 2016, are “an invitation” to the Democratic Party to find a challenger to test the former First Lady’s mettle.
Krauthammer added that while the Democrats should do this, he does not see anyone coming out of the woodwork to push Clinton in the Democratic primary at this point.
“Every one of these stumbles, including the stumbling at her launch, is an invitation to the Democrats that they really ought to have another candidate,” Krauthammer told Fox News’ Bret Baier.
“But the requirement is not going to produce that other candidate, and I don’t see anybody yet emerging,” Krauthammer said. “I’m not sure anybody yet will.”