Politico: Clinton is going next week to establish a political group

Politico: Clinton is going next week to establish a political group

WASHINGTON, may 5. /Offset. TASS Boris Makarov/. Former Democratic candidate in the presidential election Hillary Clinton is going next week to form a new political group which is mainly engaged opposition to the agenda of the current President of the United States Donald trump.

This was announced on Thursday, the newspaper Politico, citing sources familiar with the plans of the former Secretary of state.

According to the publication, Clinton coming weeks will hold in Washington, new York and Chappaqua (new York), where he will participate in meetings with donors and potential supporters for investment in the new formation. Also during these meetings, she also plans to find worthy candidates for positions in the leadership of the new political group. For raising funds at the same time meets Judith McHale, who had held the position of Deputy Secretary of state in the period when Clinton was in charge of the Department.

According to the newspaper’s sources, the formation will be called “Together forward” (Onward Together) that resonates with the slogan of the campaign Democrat “Together stronger” (Stronger Together). Other details with regard to Clinton, the edition still does not.

In the presidential elections of 2016 in the U.S. Democratic party candidate Hillary Clinton scored 65,8 million votes, while GOP candidate Donald trump is 62.9 million However, since the U.S. presidential election is indirect and on the voting day, November 8, the voters supporting one of the candidates, was actually chosen members of the electoral College of the party that nominated the candidate, the victory eventually went to the Trump because it received 304 votes of the electoral College, and Clinton — 227 votes.