Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went on MSNBC’s Morning Joe this week to run her mouth about something and inject herself into some story but was caught unaware when co-host Mika Brzezinski asked her if she would run for president again in 2024.
The Democrats have a weak field of candidates and no one in the country thinks Biden will be president for two terms. He won’t win if he runs and many think he will choose not to run due to age. Vice President Kamala Harris has proven to be an empty suit and national embarrassment so she has no shot.
So some key Hillary Clinton allies have been quietly putting her name forward as the last hope to save the Dems in 2024. Clinton is a two-time loser in presidential politics and both times for the same reasons.
People do not like her and they remember how NAFTA left them high and dry. She can’t change the past and she can’t change her personality but her ego may force it to give it another try anyway.
BRZEZINSKI: And love the message 50 over 50, because for younger women they have such a long runway. But speaking of that, are you open to running for president again?
BRZEZINSKI: Oh, come on. Just —
CLINTON: No, no.
BRZEZINSKI: — just — long runway.
CLINTON: No. But I — no. But, I am certainly going to be active in supporting women running for office and other candidates who I think should be reelected or elected, both women and men, because I think, you know, there’s a big debate going on, as you know so well, Mika, in our country, but in other countries as well, about the future of democracy, of economic opportunity, of climate change, of health and other important issues.
So, I will stay active in all of those doings.
BRZEZINSKI: We need you. Madam Secretary, I thank you. It’s valuable to have your insight at a time like this.
Bill Clinton just announced the Clinton Global Initiative is coming back online and that is all the confirmation we need that Hillary is running— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 5, 2022
Just wait until they are announced as the ‘designated’ NGO for all these Ukraine relief funds pic.twitter.com/V7LnMuT88U— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 5, 2022