The buzz about Hillary Clinton's potential 2016 run for president started, as these things do, as soon as President Obama's reelection was confirmed. Within a week, PolicyMic said that she was the number one pick for a Democratic candidate, writing that "There's no one that Democrats would like to have running in 2016 more than Hillary." Soon after, they published a piece called "5 Clear Signs Hillary Clinton Will Run For President in 2016." While the haste to figure out who will be the next leader of the free world might seem excessive, it takes a lot to ramp up to a presidential run. There's no better example of that than looking at how some of that ramping up is becoming a little more complicated than Hills would probably like.
An extensive New York Times article published Wednesday details the potential issues that would befall Hillary should she officially announce her candidacy for office, specifically in relation to her work with the financial behemoth that is the recently renamed Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation. The Times reports that in recent months, lawyers had been brought in to review the foundation's structure and where exactly it gets its money: