Hillary Clinton was shellacked by President Donald Trump in the 2016 election. Nevertheless her “Stronger Together” campaign motto has morphed into a new PAC: “Onward Together.”

It even has the same arrow logo.

“The last few months, I’ve been reflecting, spending time with family—and, yes, taking walks in the woods,” Clinton tweeted.

The scandal-plagued 2016 Democratic presidential nominee announced her decision to launch the progressive organization, that will build a major national coalition of liberal voters, on Twitter Monday and in a blast email to supporters pushing people to sign up.

“This year hasn’t been what I envisioned, but I know what I’m still fighting for: a kinder, big-hearted, inclusive America. Onward!” she said in another tweet.

The motto for her movement is, “Resist, insist, persist, enlist.”

Onward Together’s website states that it is “dedicated to advancing the vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election,” referencing Clinton’s popular vote total in the election she lost to President Donald Trump.

Clinton is begging for donations on her new site (starting at $5.00).

Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean will be a primary leader of the organization, which will work with like-minded Democratic groups like Color of Change, Emerge America, Run for Something, Indivisible Team and Swing Left.

The Republican National Committee suggests it is politically advantageous for Democrats to distance themselves from Clinton.

“The American people rejected Hillary Clinton six months ago because she’s completely out-of-touch, untrustworthy, and embraced the failed policies of the past,” RNC spokesman Michael Ahrens said. “If Democrats were smart, they’d realize it’s time to move onward from Hillary Clinton altogether.”

Clinton’s new venture brought out some critics on Twitter.

The former secretary of state, who is currently writing a book that partly reflects on her 2016 loss, blamed former FBI Director James Comey and Russian interference for her defeat at a women’s conference earlier this month.

“The reason I believe we lost were the intervening events in the last 10 days,” she said. “If the election were on October 27. I’d be your president.”

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