Hillary Clinton has been quiet since her devastating loss back in November, but some are saying that her political career is not done.
There have been rumors that Hillary might run for Mayor of New York City, rumors the Clinton camp hasn’t officially silenced. A Hillary Clinton insider told the New York Post that Hillary is “50-50” on running for mayor of New York.
Hillary may not want to get out of politics yet, but what does the DNC think about that?
The DNC could be for the run since they have yet to apologize to the millions of Bernie Sanders fans that feel cheated by the Democratic National Committee from the information found in the DNC WikiLeaks.
The Party marginalized Bernie’s supporters in 2016 when it worked behind the scenes to support Hillary and torpedo Bernie. There are millions of Democrats that are still upset that Bernie didn’t the nomination.
Even with the shocking defeat on election day, the DNC doesn’t seem to be changing it’s course and neither does Hillary.
When Mitt Romney lost to Barrack Obama, he didn’t take to Twitter to throw jabs at the president. Neither did John McCain. Normally, when a candidate losses in a big election they remain quiet and resist the urge to take shots at their former rival. That is not the case for the latest Democrat candidate who might be eyeing a Hillary 2020 run.
When Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven countries in the Middle East and Africa lost for a third time in court last week, Hillary took to Twitter to throw a jab. Some would call this trolling.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 10, 2017
Is Hillary even out of campaign mode? Is she just taking a shot, or does she still have ambitions to square off with Donald one more time in 2020?
Politico and Huffington Post both published articles over the weekend that had Hillary 2020 in the title, and offered up reasons why they think Hillary could be contemplating another run.
Hillary, after all, never said in her concession speech that she would not run again. She left it open. If she ran again, she would be 73 years old, and in all fairness, Bernie was 74 when he ran this past year.
Hillary may have a desire to get back into politics, but is it a good idea? Hillary lost to Barrack Obama and to Trump. Two very different candidates handed Hillary two unexpected losses. She went into both elections as the clear favorite, but it never worked out. Maybe what she needs is to be the underdog, which she would most certainly be if she decided to run again. Or maybe the Democrats need to find a new winning solution that doesn’t include Hillary.
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