Both Sides of the Aisle Prepare for Hillary Clinton's Campaign

The Clinton 2016 campaign ramps up for a big launch while the GOP releases an anti-Hillary video.
2:25 | 04/12/15

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Turning to presidential politics, Hillary Clinton hours away from taking off a run for the oval office and the gop already in full attack mode, releasing a new anti-hillary ad, trying to win voters in some battle ground states. Jonathan Karl is here with the race for the white house heating up officially. Make noise! Reporter: Today one last rally for the group ready for Hillary. This is no typical start-up with it's headquarters in Brooklyn, New York, the newly minted Clinton 2016 campaign inherits a list of 4 million supporters, several big outside groups poised raise millions to help her win and a campaign team of Clinton loyalists, plus top players from Barack Obama's two winning campaigns. The stats gurus at 538.com have crunched the Numbers and concluded, "At this point, Clinton's path to the nomination looks easier than anything we've ever seen before. But republicans say they are ready for Hillary too. Millions of dollars Reporter: Greeting her upannouncement with an online ad vowing to stop Hillary and at a big NRA meeting this week, more talk of stopping Hillary. We will elect our next great president of the United States of America, and it will not be Hillary Rodham Clinton. Reporter: One central theme for Hillary, a chance to make history. Don't you someday want to see a woman president of the united States of America? Reporter: Her daughter Chelsea is on the cover of the upcoming issue of "Elle" magazine, talking up the importance of electing a female president. And in a new Bloomberg poll 83 percent say the fact that Hillary Clinton would be the first woman elected president would not matter much in how they decide to vote. And Jon joins us now. This Clinton announcement seems to be overshadowing another big name about to join the ranks this week? Marco Rubio is about to have his big speech Monday planned before all of this. But his supporters are not worried about this. In fact, one of his friends tweeted out, anybody who thinks a Hillary video is going to overshadow a Rubio speech has not seen a Clinton video or

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