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Barbara Boxer Declares Retirement To Shorts-Wearing Grandson

As expected, Sen. Barbara Boxer is declaring her retirement ahead of the 2016 cycle. After she finishes out her current term in Congress, the longtime Senator will be forced to turn her unexplained ire on Neiman Marcus personal shoppers instead of Army brigadier Generals.

She made the announcement this morning on her official website with a video of herself doing a serious media interview with her grandson Zach, who stands in for DC reporters, and who clearly felt no need to dress up for the occasion. 

There’s space on the website to thank Barbara for her generous contributions to America, or, I suppose, to thank her for retiring before she was able to accomplish anything with a lasting result. But don’t get too giddy. After the Obamas were rumored to be looking for real estate in Palm Springs (on a golf resort, natch), whispers began to circulate that Michelle Obama, who has reportedly been itching to get out from her husband’s shadow, is looking to pull a Hillary and run for the open seat. 

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