Hillary Clinton has been tweeting up a storm (and tweet-storming) lately, wading more into the political topic du jour as she gears up for an expected run for president in 2016.
Clinton, who joined Twitter in June 2013, would sometimes go weeks or months without posting a message. She didn't tweet at all from Dec. 6 to Jan. 16. Even in February, she sent only four tweets.
But noticeably over the past week, she has been quick to publish her thoughts on a pertinent topic through the medium. On Monday and Tuesday alone, in fact, she posted more tweets than she did all of last month.
A week ago, as controversy about her email habits continued to fester, she criticized Senate Republicans for signing onto a letter sent to Iran's leadership, directly blasting those "considering running for commander-in-chief":
On Monday, she weighed in on the Senate fight over a human-trafficking bill that has been held up because of abortion-related language, the inclusion of which caught Democrats off guard. She also blasted Republican leaders for holding up a confirmation vote on Loretta Lynch, the nominee for attorney general:
And on Wednesday, she addressed the release of the House Republican budget. She previewed some general attack lines…
…Singled out her criticism of the cuts to Pell grants included in the budget:
…And gave a hint of how she'll defend the Affordable Care Act on the trail:
Brett LoGiurato is the senior national political correspondent at Fusion, where he covers all things 2016. He'll give you everything you need to know about politics, with a healthy side of puns.