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Hillary Clinton will become America's first lesbian president if she wins the White House in 2016, predicts the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer.

Say what now?

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Fischer, whose anti-gay remarks on his "Focal Point" radio show are not new, points to an interview with Bill Clinton's alleged ex-mistress Gennifer Flowers.

In a recent sitdown with the Daily Mail (UK), Flowers claimed that during their alleged affair, Bill Clinton had told her that Hillary is bisexual. Allegedly.

Pointing to Flowers' speculation over the nature of Hillary's relationship with top aide Huma Abedin (also the wife of Anthony Weiner), Fischer noted:

"The bottom line: If Hillary Clinton becomes president in 2016, she will not only be our first female president, she could be our first lesbian president.”

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The Republican National Committee has voted to boycott any presidential debates on CNN and NBC if they proceed with their planned Hillary Clinton TV features.

With no audible dissent, GOP officials approved a resolution backing the position on the debates at their annual summer meeting in Boston on Friday.

The RNC says a Clinton documentary and miniseries - in the works over at CNN and NBC, respectively - will put a "thumb on the scales" in 2016.

The draft resolution, obtained by Fox News in advance and later voted on by RNC officials, calls these "political ads masked as unbiased entertainment."

Basically, the RNC believes CNN and NBC are Hillary 2016 co-chairs.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may indeed be the hottest politician out there ... figuratively. He's leading two 2016 presidential polls among Republicans.

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A Rasmussen Reports poll Wednesday shows Christie, who is expected to win reelection in New Jersey handily this year, leading the potential GOP field.

His 21 percent support edges Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (18 percent) and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (16 percent), both of whom may also run.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is behind Bush with 15 percent, while 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan garnered 13 percent of the vote.

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No doubt fueled by speculation regarding Hillary Clinton's possible second candidacy for president, NBC has ordered a four-hour mini-series based on her life.

Diane Lane will star in Hillary, recounting Clinton's life from 1998-present.

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NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt announced the miniseries Saturday at a TCA press event, calling her "one of the most fascinating women of our time and this world."

"And on the precipice of what we all assume will be her running for president, we think it's an interesting story to tell with classy producers and a great star."

The script, which has not been written, will begin during her husband Bill Clinton's second term and will likely include her second run at the presidency.

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Hillary Clinton is now on Twitter, and her arrival on the social media scene immediately sparked speculation about her desire to run for president in 2016.

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In her brief bio, the wife of Father of the Year Bill Clinton calls herself:

“Wife, mom, lawyer, women & kids advocate, FLOAR, FLOTUS, US Senator, SecState, author, dog owner, hair icon, pantsuit aficionado, glass ceiling cracker, TBD ...”

It’s the “TBD” that has prompted a flurry of interest. Is that code for a second presidential run? Or just a truthful acknowledgment that her future is ... TBD?

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Move over, Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie. And make room for - GULP! - The Donald.

The New York Post reports that Donald Trump has spent over $1 million on exploratory research to determine whether he ought to run for President of the United States in 2016.

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The Celebrity Apprentice host has been speaking at various Republican events over the last few weeks, trying to combine modesty with his trademark hubris.

“Everybody tells me, ‘Please run for president. Please run for president," he said last week in front of 2,300 supporters in Michigan, adding:

"I’d be happy if President Obama did a great job. I’m a Republican, but before anything, I love this country. I would love to see somebody come in who is going to be great.”

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It's the perennial talk of the political world, but Bill Clinton is less than decisive about the prospect of his wife, Hillary Clinton, running for president in 2016.

“She hasn’t mentioned it to me,” Clinton said of the Hillary 2016 buzz when asked at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s 2013 Fiscal Summit in D.C.

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“I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I know this: that is the worst expenditure of our time,” he said, adding that it's “frustrating” to be talking politics.

“She’s taking a role in the foundation, she’s writing books, she’s having a little fun being a private citizen for the first time in 20 years,” Clinton said.

“We need to be worried about the work at hand right now. All of us do."

"That way, whoever the next president is has an easier set of choices.”

Good point, but still ... since we're on the topic: Hillary in 2016?

 

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Considered by many to be a rising conservative star after just a few months in the Senate, Ted Cruz (R-TX) is reportedly mulling a presidential bid.

Friends of the senator say that he’s been listening to enthusiastic supporters and discussing the 2016 election and a possible campaign with associates.

“We all see a path, and he does, too,” one former colleague said.

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While he’s new to the U.S. Senate, by 2015 he will have spent as much time there as the current President did before launching his White House campaign.

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According to the New York Post, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo may be bowing out of the 2016 presidential race before it even gets close to starting.

That decision can be summed up in two words: Hillary Clinton.

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The paper claims he has whispered to associates that he won't run for the party's presidential nomination in 2016 if the former Secretary of State seeks the White House.

Cuomo has been considered a likely candidate, but allegedly, an administration insider says Cuomo knows and accepts that if Clinton runs, she'll easily win the nomination.

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President Barack Obama was LITERALLY inaugurated just three months ago.

Still, in this age of never-ending news cycles, 2016 election talk has begun.

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On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton 2016 buzz is already palpable.

On the GOP side, one name surfaces a surprising amount: Jeb Bush.

Have enough Americans moved on from the George W. Bush era that they'd vote for his younger brother? Jeb is doing several things that indicate he thinks so ...

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