Buckle up folks. The odds of Hillary Clinton resurrecting her campaign for another fight against Donald Trump are higher than you may think. She has been far more vocal in recent months, with more public appearances. Clinton is launching her newest book, co-authored with her daughter, “The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience,” giving her the opportunity to appear on national news and morning shows. She has revived criticisms of President Trump, calling him “illegitimate” and when chided by Trump to run for president, tweeted “Don’t tempt me…”
According to the FEC, Clintons presidential campaign is still active and actually raised $165,902 in the first six months of 2019. She has a war chest of $650,264, which would allow her to fund a campaign very quickly. Steve Bannon, former manager for the 2016 Trump campaign, predicts a run by Clinton. Making an appearance on Fox Business, he said, “She is running. She’s just trying to decide how to fit her way in.” Bannon predicts she could co-opt the centrist lane from Joe Biden’s weakening campaign.
While Clinton denied running in a statement for New York’s News 12 TV channel back in March, that was over 7 months ago. The betting markets give Clinton an 11% chance of being the Democratic nominee, up from 2% back in July. In comparison, Andrew Yang is at 11% with Biden at 22%. Clinton has been very bitter about the 2016 election. She often complains publicly that Trump stole the election with the assistance of Russia. Running in 2020 against the man who stole everything from her would be satisfying for her ego.
What do I think? I fully support Hillary Clinton for president… she is always honest, decent and non-corrupt. Also, I am not suicidal and do not have a history of clumsy accidents (see: Jeffery Epstein & Seth Rich).
Good luck, Mrs. Clinton.
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