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Barbara Boxer tries to launch Hillary's 2016 campaign at Benghazi hearing

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By Doug Powers  •  January 23, 2013 04:09 PM

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If Hillary Clinton decides to run in 2016, she more than likely had a brush with her future national campaign chair at today’s Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Benghazi:

In a remarkably rambling performance, Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer of California more or less kicked off the Hillary 2016 presidential campaign — “You will be sorely missed, but I, for one, hope not for too long”

Nice. “Secretary Clinton, we’re here examining your department’s role in the terrorist attack murders of four Americans, and there’s something I must ask you: Will you please run for president?

That might have been enough of a jolt to detoxify Joe for a little while.

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Sen. Boxer, pictured above, asked Hillary Clinton tough questions regarding the House Republicans’ refusal to provide adequate funding for State Department security and suggested she do something about it by running for president in 2016

**Written by Doug Powers

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