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11. Dem. Strategist: De Blasio’s Clinton Comments ‘Won’t Go Unnoticed’ - http://www.mediaite.com

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Gotham Mayor Bill de Blasio called Hillary Clinton one of the most qualified candidates for the office of the presidency on Meet the Press Sunday morning, but also declined to endorse her yet, citing the desire to hear articulated a progressive economic vision.

Democratic communications strategist and previous Clinton supporter Hilary Rosen was unamused:

@BilldeBlasio’s self aggrandizing on #MeetthePress at @hillaryclintons expense won’t go un noticed. #Ridiculous

— Hilary Rosen (@hilaryr) April 12, 2015

@HillaryClinton fought for the middleclass and poor families long before #BillDeblasio could even articulate any vision at all.

— Hilary Rosen (@hilaryr) April 12, 2015

That’s pretty direct, given that the Clinton camp has been reported to have kept an enemies list in the past, and that Democratic insiders are so afraid to critique her that you can’t get one to say that without the condition of anonymity.

Rosen, a former music industry lobbyist who has worked intermittently in Democratic communications, induced a brief conflagration over Ann Romney’s role as a stay-at-home mom in the 2012 election.

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Hilary Rosen doubles down on Ann Romney remark: ‘Spare me the faux anger’

Hilary Rosen doubles down on Ann Romney remark: ‘Spare me the faux anger’

From @hilaryr via @CNN “Spare me the faux anger” – #outoftouch

— Jarid Brown (@advancinghope) April 12, 2012

Dig, Dig, Dig. Repeat. RT @dcexaminer: Rosen: ‘Spare me the faux anger’ http://t.co/MbntoDdc

— Dan Isett (@DanIsett) April 12, 2012

Keep digging, Hilary Rosen. Rosen also said the following in yet another quick to publish article milking her fifteen minutes of fame. Or infamy:

“Spare…

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