But March represented a turning point as Clinton ratcheted up her opposition to Trump on Twitter and made three public speeches.
With her new rallying cry of “Resist, persist, insist, enlist,” Clinton is keeping up her fight against Trump while giving Democrats space to find a new person to carry the torch in 2020.
“She’s always been someone who gets out there and fights for what she thinks is right,” one former Clinton campaign staffer told The Hill.
“She’s striking an appropriate balance. She still has an appreciation that she’s not the face of the Democratic Party and people don’t want her to be … but having worked for her and having seen how hard she fights, I’d be disappointed if she spent the rest of her career in the woods.”