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The window for 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to enter the 2020 election is closing fast. But as of now she's not on the ballot. (Associated Press)

My last column ever -- ever! -- on Hillary Clinton. Promise.

- The Washington Times

Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in humiliating fashion on Nov. 8, 2016. That's 1,183 days ago. And yet, nearly every day since Election Day, Mrs. Clinton is in the news: Appearing on "The View," hanging out with Jimmy Fallon, hawking a book with her daughter.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, at Georgetown Law's second annual Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lecture, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)  ** FILE **

Howard Stern 'goes there' with Hillary Clinton, makes her look surprisingly lifelike

Humanizing Hillary Clinton is no easy task. She has no discernible sense of humor (her smile is often fake, her laugh contrived). She's a policy wonk in all the worst ways, deeply submerged in the boring machinations of government. And in one big measure voters sometimes use to pick their candidates -- "Who would you most like to have a beer with?" -- Mrs. Clinton would fall last on nearly every list.

Many Americans following the public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump have trouble making heads or tails of the daily flood of information. (Associated Press/File)

Donald Trump impeachment hearings change zero minds

President Trump is being impeached by Democrats, who control the House of Representatives. And after three days of contentious testimony -- with breathless headlines deemed BREAKING! every five minutes -- you know how many minds have been changed?