Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm joined Jansing & Co. on MSNBC Wednesday with a swell of enthusiasm for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's potential run for the White House in 2016.
Amid news that the pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Ready for Hillary has added two political operatives to its ranks (Alissa Ko, a former Obama campaign operations director, and Michael Trujillo, a political consultant), former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm joined Jansing & Co. on MSNBC Wednesday to share her enthusiasm for Clinton’s would-be candidacy.
“She doesn’t have to make a decision until very late in the game, after the 2014 elections. She can wait longer than most candidates because she is who she is and… obviously she is so well renowned,” Granholm said.
“I hope that she feels the inexorable pull of history and decides to raise her hand.”
Watch Chris Jansing’s interview with Gov. Granholm below: