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Hillary Clinton plans to return?

Could Hillary Clinton have another crack at the White House in 2024? That used to seem unthinkable, Douglas Schoen and Andrew Stein said in The Wall Street Journalbut it doesn’t look too crazy given the current state of play in Washington.

President Biden’s low approval rating, the unpopularity of Vice President Kamala Harris and the absence of other strong Democrats created the opportunity for a candidate of Clinton’s caliber. And it’s clear that at 74, she’s still very passionate, “ambitious” and wants to make an impact.

In recent interviews, she has warned her party that it will face disaster in the midterm elections in November unless it rejects far-left positions. Her husband, Bill, sang her praises. Speaking to People magazine, he described her as “the most qualified person to run for office in my life, myself included,” adding that not electing her in 2016 was “a big deal.” one of the most profound mistakes we’ve ever made.”

Monica Crowley says in The New York Post. Few now suspect that Biden, who is clearly holding the flag, will seek re-election. That opens the door to “a free-for-all primaries,” in which the experienced Clinton would outlast any candidate other than Michelle Obama, if she stood.

No doubt Clinton has an impressive CV, Chris Cillizza said above CNN. But guess what? The same was true when she ran for president in 2016 and 2008. That worked out very well for her.

I don’t see the Clinton campaign happening, Darragh Roche said in Newsweek. The thing is, she pretty much eliminated that in 2017 after her defeat to Donald Trump. “As an active politician, it’s over,” she told CBS. “I’ve finished being a candidate.”

Poll data and odds also suggest that she “will face a significant uphill struggle” if she enters the race. In a December poll, just 6% of respondents put Clinton as their first choice as the Democratic Party’s nominee in 2024, compared with 40% in Biden, 10% for Harris and 18 % for Senator Bernie Sanders. Betfair put her odds of 50-1 on winning the election – the same odds offered by rapper Kanye West.

Let’s face it, Charles CW Cooke said in National rating. Clinton has been a prominent figure for 30 years, and it is clear that winning elections is not her forte. If she is their best hope for 2024, then “Democrats are in more trouble than we thought”.

https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/us/955461/is-hillary-clinton-planning-a-comeback Hillary Clinton plans to return?

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