Clinton 2016 Speculation Extends to Former Staffers

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton answers questions from people from around the world during a "Global Townterview" at the Newseum January 29, 2013 in Washington, DC. Clinton took questions from youths from around the world via satellite and social media including Twitter, Facebook and Skype in advance of her last day at the State Department Friday. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Since Hillary Clinton's dozens of less-than-Shermanesque statements on her potential 2016 presidential run have already been cataloged and analyzed in every way imaginable, the Washington Post has moved on to her former campaign staffers. Following interviews with "nearly two dozen veterans" of Clinton's last campaign, the paper determined that four top advisers — Howard Wolfson, Neera Tanden, Mark Penn, and Patti Solis Doyle — have moved on and have no intention of working for Clinton again. That means that if Clinton is running, she'll have to find a way to forge ahead without her notoriously dysfunctional (and ultimately losing) 2008 team.