Pundits are already discussing the next presidential election less than a year into President Joe Biden’s first term. Many politicos believe the 46th POTUS isn’t going to be on the ticket the next time around and are discussing who might run for the Democratic Party. Hillary Clinton’s name is being thrown into the mix but her allies are reportedly laughing off the possibility.
Clinton, who lost to former President Donald Trump in 2016, recently stirred up rumors about a possible run after posting a message on Twitter about the next presidential election being crucial for America.
The former first lady and secretary of state has also been in the spotlight a lot lately, attending conferences and being very vocal on Twitter. However, although some believe she might be thinking of making another run for the White House, others think it’s a bad idea. Dick Morris, a conservative who served as the chief advisor to former President Bill Clinton’s campaign until 1996, told the Washington Examiner he doesn’t think Hillary would “be a serious candidate.” A former 2008 Hillary surrogate told the website, “There’s no appetite. None. Zero,” for her to run. The sentiment was repeated time and again.
If Hillary thinks she’s going to rise from the ashes of her 2016 political defeat, she might have another thing coming.