Operating with a small staff, the clear voice of the "transition office," as it is being called, remains her longtime spokesman Philippe Reines. Responding to rumors that insiders have leaked that she is running again in 2016, Reines stated, “Everyone’s gotten way ahead of themselves, and most importantly, they have gotten way ahead of her.”
Rutenberg goes on to offer this.
Those who are most connected to her exhaustive network of political financiers — some of whom remained in her orbit with plum invitations to official diplomatic soirees — say its most important members will make no move until she gives the signal.Yes, there are those insisting that they know she is running. Clearly, according to the above, these folks would not be among the "most important members" and "have gotten way ahead of her," as Reines put it.
So what is Hillary Clinton doing now with this mysterious little office?
These days, Mrs. Clinton is devoting much of her time to her next book, about her years in the State Department. She is also debating how best to continue her work on women’s issues, which she could do either through her husband’s foundation or one she may start on her own.It is no secret that many would love to see her make the run, but that is her decision to make, and she has not made it. If anyone assures you that he or she knows for certain that her hat is in the ring, that person is talking through his or her hat!