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Hillary Clinton dominates Sunday morning

Can people get enough of Hillary Clinton? Apparently not, based on how much she was the top of conversations on Sunday’s morning news shows. The Washington Post was kind enough to tally up how many times Clinton’s name was brought up — which was 98 times. In one day.

There is a lot to talk about. From her “brain injury,” to the will she/won’t she run for president, in addition to the controversy surrounding Benghazi.

For starters, Karl Rove stood by his comments about her health.

Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, said Rove’s remarks are “outrageous.”

But don’t mention any concerns about Hillary to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who believes Clinton is in the “prime of her political life.”

And concerning Benghazi, Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, says Clinton has made an effort to “sweep Benghazi under the rug.” And he also thinks her age and health are fair game.

And about that presidential campaign? It’s inevitable.