Republicans open pre-emptive strikes on Clinton, undecided yet formidable in 2016

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August 7, 2013

Democrats are three years away from picking their 2016 presidential nominee, but Republicans already are launching a salvo of pre-emptive strikes on the potential candidate seen as their biggest threat — Hillary Clinton.

The most recent effort came Monday when the Republican National Committee threatened to boycott any presidential primary debates with CNN and NBC unless the networks pull their upcoming TV specials on Clinton’s life.

Committee Chairman Reince Priebus argues that the same TV networks airing shows with the potential to make a Democratic candidate “larger than life” would also be “slicing and dicing our candidates” in the debates.

“I’m not going to sit around and let this happen,” he told Fox News.

Priebus’ attempt to stop the shows follows Republicans trying last week to drag Clinton into the scandals created by fellow Democratic politicians — former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner and San Diego Mayor Bob Filner — questioning why she didn’t condemn their inappropriate, sexual behavior.

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