Hillary Clinton: Yes, I Might Run For President Again In 2020

Hillary Clinton: Yes, I Might Run For President Again In 2020

Hillary Clinton: Yes, I Might Run For President Again In 2020

"But until then, the only thing that the Republicans seem to recognize and respect is strength".

Clinton initially said "No" when asked by Swisher if she wanted to run again, but shortly after did admit that "I'd like to be president". Swisher asked, referencing the numerous potential Democrats that Clinton hopes will take the Oval Office in 2021.

"Well, I'd like to be president", she said, at the public taping of Swisher's podcast.

"Who among them are you interested in?" When they go low, we kick them.

It was a deputy communications director for Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party who was suspended for a week for a tweet threatening members of the GOP with "guillotines".

"Well, that was Eric Holder", Mrs. Clinton corrected Ms. "If she wants to go, you have to beat her", Trippi said.

Swisher: Eric Holder, I'm sorry.

"The fact that this man has been apprehended and there is apparently a very credible, strong case against him speaks volumes about how professional and focused our law enforcement happens to be", Clinton said.

The audience laughed - and so did Clinton.

"Watching the mob attack innocent people and destroy property while Democratic leaders tell them to do it speaks volumes", a Twitchy post said.

Clinton: I was paid by Mark Zuckerberg to do that. She did not elaborate on what exactly she meant by that. "It's just going to be a lot of heavy lifting".

"What's often called political correctness is politeness".

A poll conducted by USA 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.

"I think we'd have a number of excellent candidates who would be really formidable on the campaign trail, but let's wait and see who it is", she said.

It was after that statement that she veered off course into racist territory, with a joke that was both childish and wholly inappropriate.

"Do you wanna run again?"

A former top aide noted last week that Clinton is "younger than Donald Trump by a year".

"It's respecting the diversity that we have in our society", she said.

"Is it that she's run before?" Is it lack of support? "That's multiples of what a Sanders or a Warren have", he added.

Clinton made the joke after her questioner mentioned New Jersey Sen.

Related news



[an error occurred while processing the directive]