“[D]espite the grave disappointment, resilience is in the Clintons’ DNA. So, while I certainly don’t expect to see them trying to assert their authority, I think there will be natural and welcome opportunities for them to engage,” said Mack McLarty, Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff.
The report continues to detail how Clinton is working with her former campaign manager, Robby Mook, to determine just how she lost the election.
Bill Clinton, meanwhile, has continued to blast FBI Director James Comey for his role in influencing the election.
While neither is expected to seek public office again, both will reportedly continue to work within and influence the Democratic Party.
“If someone they knew was running for the Senate or the Statehouse or City Hall, it would be out of character for them not to be supportive,” McLarty told Politico.
“I’m certain Trump will screw up enough that by the fall of ’18, Hillary’s numbers will be way up again,” said former DNC Chairman Ed Rendell.