Hillary running for president again?

Hillary running for president again?

Hillary running for president again?

Two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said during a podcast taping in New York City on Saturday that when it comes to 2020, she doesn't want to run but would "like to be president".

Following the elections next week, Bill and Hillary will go out on a 13-stop tour across the USA discussing current affairs and politics.

"Tweeps, simmer down!" Swisher tweeted.

'Eric Holder, sorry, ' Swisher responded, according to video of the event.

A poll conducted by United States political website The Hill and polling company HarrisX in September revealed 44 percent of voters would vote for Mrs Clinton, while just 36 percent would choose Mr Trump.

It is no secret Clinton may be mulling a third run for the Oval Office.

Whatever her intentions, the former presidential candidate has a long history of launching into jokes that fall flat.

Clinton had just finished arguing that what some call "political correctness" was "just politeness" that Democrats valued because they were all about diversity.

Clinton made the joke after her questioner mentioned New Jersey Sen. Right now, Democratic Party is working hard to win the midterm elections to gain House majority which would be for the first time in about a decade.

"Oh I have no idea", Mrs. Clinton replied.

"But I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country's future is at stake", she said. When I say we kick them, I don't mean we do anything inappropriate, we don't do anything illegal, but we have to be tough and we have to fight.

Other names being mentioned include Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, as well as lawyer Michael Avenatti.

Back in 2016, against the current president Donald Trump, who secured 232 electoral votes, Hillary Clinton only managed to secure 232.

It does seem clear that party elites have little appetite for another Clinton run, and that she'd start off in a worse position than she was last time around.

When pressed on whether she's running, Reines told Politico, "It's somewhere between highly unlikely and zero, but it's not zero".

Social media tore the joke apart, noting that donning a Halloween costume is "the only way" Clinton would ever be president.

"I truly regret if a lame attempt at humor suggested otherwise", she added.

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