Jonathan Allen: I’m Not Even Sure There Is Democratic Party at the Moment

‘The Democratic Party is looking for leaders’

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ALLEN: "Well, I think she definitely wants to be engaged and she certainly is looking for a way to do that in, you know, the most productive manner possible. She’s going to raise money for Democratic candidates. I think the Democratic Party right now — in fact, I’m not even sure there is a Democratic Party right now, I'm just going to say it’s pretty fractious. The Democratic Party is looking for leaders. That’s why there are some folks who want to see Barack Obama come back. Some folks want to see Hillary Clinton come back. The party is at the moment leaderless."

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