Back in the 1990's, Hillary Clinton warned that a "vast right wing conspiracy" was out to get her and her president husband, Bill.
Now, at a town hall in Derry, New Hampshire, Clinton was asked about the VRWC and updated her thoughts on the imaginary group of "right wingers" trying to take her down.
"At this point it's probably not correct to say it's a conspiracy because it's out in the open," Clinton said. "There is no doubt about who the players are, what they're trying to achieve... It's real, and we're going to beat it."
In case you don't remember:
Clinton first used that line in an interview with NBC's Today Show in 1998 when talking about the political attacks that followed President Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. "The great story here, for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it, is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president," she said at the time.
Hillary explained that with big-dollar donors like the Kochs, the "conspiracy" is better funded.
"They've brought in some new multibillionaires," she said. "They want to control our country. They want to rig the economy so they can get richer and richer.
"They salve their consciences by giving money to philanthropy," Clinton continued, "but make no mistake, they want to destroy unions, they want to go after any economic interest they don't believe they can control."
Hillary had no comment about billionaire George Soros recently pumping millions of dollars into a Clinton super PAC.