Hillary Clinton hit an Invisible Primary trifecta with three big and oddly contradictory stories dropping somewhat simultaneously: First, a Super PAC called "Ready for Hillary" registered with the FEC on Friday; second, a recent WaPo-ABC News poll was released that showed the soon-to-be-former Secretary of State's heightened popularity; and third, that despite all of this, she is "not inclined" to run for president.
Well, I believe her. In an online Q&A with international students hosted by the Newseum, Clinton also said that she was going to take time to write her memoir, and that particular activity so rarely leads to a presidential bid.
In other Invisible Primary news of the day, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is sticking his neck out on the issue of immigration (you can watch him on Hannity here), Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) penned a WaPo op-ed piece about Medicaid, and my Facebook-savvy students tell me that baziollionaire Mark Zukerberg is hosting a fundraiser for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
I still want to know where Joe Biden is. If you spot him doing something particularly Invisible Primaryish, please post something for me?