Could Hillary Clinton May Run for President Again In 2020?


Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager Robby Mook appeared on MSNBC’s “For The Record With Greta” and stated that he would not rule out that Clinton would run for president in 2020. SERIOUSLY? That’s the ticket Democrats, run the worst presidential candidate in modern times again because you have nothing else. Currently, the Democrats have no leaders and it is a rudderless ship. Who else is going to run for the Dems in 2020? But as for Hillary Clinton running again, I find that hard to believe. Hillary lost in the primaries to an unknown named Barack Obama in 2008 and lost an unlosable presidential race to Donald Trump in an electoral landslide in 2016. Sorry Hillary, your time is over, in fact it was over when you lost to Obama in 2008. Find something else to do, there are plenty of woods to hike.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could be running for president again in 2020.

Clinton’s former campaign manager Robby Mook appeared on MSNBC’s “For The Record With Greta” Monday night to discuss the possibility of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Clinton was spotted in Pennsylvania over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, according to host Greta Van Sustern, who suggested that the visit could be related to a 2020 presidential bid.

Mook would not rule out if Clinton was planning to run against President Donald Trump in 2020, but he did say the Clinton camp’s focus is on figuring out the degree to which Russia was involved in the last election cycle.

“I’m going to let her answer for that,” Mook said. “I think what happens right now, we’ve got to get to the bottom of what happened in 2016 then we can start worrying about the next cycle. But we’ve got to make sure that this cannot happen again in two years or four years to anybody else.”

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