Hillary Clinton, reentering the political fray months after her 2016 campaign loss, will soon launch a political organization aimed at funding "resistance" groups that are standing up to President Donald Trump, sources with knowledge of the plans tell CNN.
Clinton, according to the sources, is currently working with former aides and donors to build an organization that will look to fund and invest in groups that have impressed her since her 2016 election loss.
Clinton identified herself as part of the so-called resistance earlier last week, and that was not in passing.
"I'm now back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance," Clinton said in her sit-down with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
Clinton will act as the connector, said one source, bringing donors to these groups and helping raise money for them, too.
The idea of the political group started months ago, after Clinton met with young activists to talk about the resistance.
Nick Merrill, Clinton's spokesman, declined to comment for the story.