How To Watch Hillary Clinton's Announcement, Because What Else Would You Do Today?
You've known it's been coming for months, but Sunday is, according to AP, CNN, and Reuters reports, the day — when Hillary Clinton is set to announce, reportedly via her Twitter account and an attached video, that she'll run for president in 2016. Initially slated for noon, it seems as though Hillary will announce at a moment of her choice on Sunday afternoon, and you know you'd like to be the first to know. So, how can you watch Hillary Clinton announce?
Well, you have a few options here. You could spend your afternoon frenziedly refreshing Hillary Clinton's Twitter feed, on which her announcement will likely appear. Her last few tweets don't hint about what's coming next, aside from their implicit call for change:
April 9: "Praying for #WalterScott's family. Heartbreaking & too familiar. We can do better - rebuild trust, reform justice system, respect all lives."
April 7: "The detention of women's activists in #China must end. This is inexcusable. #FreeBeijing20Five. Read this story: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/06/world/asia/chinese-womens-rights-activists-fall-afoul-of-officials..."
April 1: "Like IN law, AR bill goes beyond protecting religion, would permit unfair discrimination against #LGBT Americans. I urge Governor to veto."
If you stay tuned to CNN (which you can watch live here), or other major news networks (ABC, CBS, FOX) — pretty much any news station you can track down on a TV near you — you can rest assured that the second Hillary announces, they'll know, and you'll know too. You can also keep refreshing Ready For Hillary and Hillary's former campaign website Hillary Clinton, both of which are likely to change quickly once the announcement is made.
And until then? You can just keep watching this SNL skit.