Hillary Clinton Says She Is Considering 2020 Run For President
The Democrat presidential field for 2020 is going to be crowded.
But a new name has emerged that is the same as an old name you have heard before.
CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jeff Zeleny appeared on “Inside Politics” on Sunday and broke the news.
“Hillary Clinton is telling people that she’s not closing the doors to the idea of running in 2020,” he said.
“I’m told by three people that, as recently as this week, she was telling people that, look, given all this news from the indictments, particularly the Roger Stone indictment, she talked to several people, saying look, I’m not closing the doors to this,” Zeleny said.
“She is still believing that there maybe could be a possibility under the argument of this, ‘I won the popular vote. All of this has sort of vindicated what happened in 2016,” he said.
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) January 27, 2019
Judging by the response on Twitter she is not getting the support she wants.
I love Hillary. The presidency was stolen from her
But no. We cannot relive 2016.
— Auti75 (@Auti1975) January 27, 2019
Please no ???????? Bernie would be the President right now if it wasn’t for HC
— Hoss Cartwright (@HossWps) January 27, 2019
With all due respect to her, I think it’s time for someone different. We need someone fresh to challenge the menace of @realDonaldTrump
— Howard Stark (@HStark2018) January 27, 2019
I voted for you. But, NO to 2020. Put country ahead of personal aspirations.
— Sue Miller (@suzimcm9) January 27, 2019
I think we closed it in 2016. I am a supporter, but the third time is not the charm. That goes for Bernie too. #BlueWave
— Charles E. McClung ???? (@fornotrump) January 27, 2019
Nothing wrong with her policies, per se, but she's an atrocious politician. She might even be a liability as a surrogate, to be honest. Move on, Democrats. Close the door for her.
— Thomas™ (@iwasacowboy) January 27, 2019
No Thank you!
— Ruth Maia Schultz????????❤???????????????????????????????????????????????????? (@MissRuth1979) January 27, 2019
After Obama was elected in '08, HRC was asked in an interview if she'd run again when Obama's term was up in '16. She said emphatically, "Oh, no. I'll be too old by then!". She was right back then, and even more so now.
— Wiley Miller (@TheWileyMiller) January 27, 2019
I wish she would, yes she won the popular vote by millions, but she is not the Candidate for Tomorrow. She had her RUN @ the Presidency. Time for a fresh new face, a younger Leader w strong policy stances that appeal to Americans.
— Rich Unger (@NightclubGenius) January 27, 2019
I respect her, but no.
— Richard Metzger (@RichardMetzger) January 27, 2019
You get the point.
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