It seems former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has pulled up her sleeves to launch a power pact campaign for the presidential election in 2016.
Clinton is taking the Twitter’s way to observe the political trends before making a financial announced for her presidential bid.
The former Secretary of State is being seen as a potential frontrunner among her colleagues in the ruling Democratic Party against Republicans.
According to the reports, Clinton is increasingly preferring the micro-blogging site for indulging into the daily political conversations ahead of launching her certain campaign for the presidential elections in 2016 in the coming weeks.
Political analysts call it a simple and easy technique for getting distracted by the lingering questions about a recent controversy over her reliance on a personal email account while holding the post of Secretary of State.
This will also help Clinton in analyzing her mass appeal and reach among her opponents, supporters, and the media.
The political experts also belief that the networking forum is an easily controlled and managed medium where the politicos can limit herself to a few words, impose greater impact and avert controversy.
Her latest tweets came on Tuesday night as she offered a critique on the House GOP a budget introduced earlier in the day, which proposed USD 5.5 trillion in cuts over the next decade and would repeal the Affordable Care Act (AAA).
“Budgets reflect our priorities. They should help families get ahead, educate our kids, and spark small business growth,” she tweeted.
“Our nation’s future-jobs & economic growth-depends on investments made today. The GOP budget fails Americans on these principles,” Clinton said in her another tweet.
Criticizing Republicans’ proposals to kill the health care law and to lower down Pell Grants, she tweeted, “Making college more affordable is an investment in our kids and economic growth. Cuts to Pell Grants hold our kids back.”
Clinton enjoys a bigger bullhorn on the micro-blogging site in comparison to her potential rivals in both Democratic as well as Republican. She is behind the three million followers on Twitter by a minimal difference.