Washington Post's David Ignatius expressed severe doubts over a potential Hillary Clinton presidential campaign on Tuesday's edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe. Ignatius said there is a perception that the Clinton's are "treated as special" and "that they want to be." Ignatius said "each of these new mini-scandals" will cut at the "core issue" of the Clintons receiving special treatment.
"I have to say, I'm still not certain she's going to be a candidate," Ignatius concluded.
DAVID IGNATIUS: I think the heart of the matter here is, are the Clintons treated as special? Since the beginning of Bill Clinton's presidency, there's been a perception that they are, that they want to be, it's part of the public resentment to them.
It's something that Hillary Clinton is going to have to deal with and as each of these new little mini-scandals comes along, it raises, I think, that core issue. She's going to have to come out and deal with it if she's goes to be a candidate. I have to say, I'm still not certain she's going to be a candidate.