WASHINGTON (AP) — For Hillary Rodham Clinton, the last few months might be comparable to a spring cleaning.
Think of it as an airing of her political past before she sets the course for her much speculated-about future.
As the former first lady and secretary of state mulls a 2016 presidential run, reminders of her past have re-emerged.
There's her husband's White House affair with Monica Lewinsky. And her ill-fated attempt to overhaul the health care system. And the deadly 2012 attack at a diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.
Republicans say the past could haunt Clinton if she runs again. Democrats say it could bring back memories of a strong economy.