Hillary Clinton and her presidential campaign have begun crafting an agenda for her possible presidency. Detailed to-do list for the White house is almost done, say the assistants of Dem. Clinton.
Hillary Clinton has prepared her agenda for the White house. The candidate is laying her plans, most notably bullets from it is: i) a focusing on measures aimed at creating jobs, and ii) boosting infrastructure spending and enacting immigration reform.
So far, the current polling situation is very good for Clinton, so, if she holds it, the success guaranteed. Mrs. Clinton will be easily elected to the White House in November, say the experts.
In her plans for the White house, Clinton describes what she calls improved odds for passage of an overhaul of immigration laws — the first legislative priority she outlined in detail last year — and what could be a bipartisan effort to rebuild the nation’s transportation system, which includes airports, rail system, roads, bridges, and ports.