Will she? Bill Clinton fuels speculation as to whether Hillary intends to join the 2020 race and challenge Donald Trump again.
- Former President Bill Clinton teased a possible run of Hillary Clinton 2020
- & # 39; She may or may not run away from something, & # 39; he said in D.C. with her feet a stone's throw away
- GOP consultant Dick Morris, who advised Bill Clinton during deposition, thinks Hillary can still enter the race
- & # 39; She wants. She feels entitled to do it. She feels compelled to do it. She feels that God put her on earth to do it & # 39 ;, says Morris
- Clinton may wait for enthusiasm for crater among Democrats looking for a champion, but left with socialists and old white men leading the primary field
Former President Bill Clinton leaves the door open for his wife Hillary to make a third attempt to win the White House.
He told an audience at Georgetown Law School on Wednesday that, although he is barred from re-running for the presidency, Hillary can still try to make the charm a third time.
& # 39; She may never or never run for something, & # 39; he said, noting that & # 39; I cannot legally become president again. & # 39;
Former President Bill Clinton teased a possible Hillary Clinton 2020 run at Georgetown University Law School and said that & # 39; she may or may not run for something & # 39;
Dick Morris, a GOP political strategist who advised Bill Clinton during his deposition, says Hillary Clinton could still enter the race
President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton solidly in 2016 and could meet her for a rematch
Former Hillary Clinton communications head Philippe Reines, who played the role of Donald Trump in her 2016 preparation for the debate, said at Fox News last week that a new Clinton campaign could take place.
& # 39; She ran for president because she thought she would be the best president, & # 39; Reines told Tucker Carlson. & # 39; If she still thought that now, if she thought she had the best chance of beating Donald Trump, I think she would think long and hard about it. & # 39;
Dick Morris, the GOP political adviser who advised President Clinton when he was accused, agrees.
Morris told John Catsimatidis, former mayor of New York City, during his radio show on Sunday: & She wants it. She feels entitled to do it. She feels compelled to do it. She feels that God has put her on earth to do it. & # 39;
Morris, who went from adviser to enemy of the Clintons, suggested she refused because & # 39; she realized the timing was bad & # 39; with the # MeToo movement still prominent in the news.
Morris says Hillary & # 39; believes she was put on earth to become president & # 39;
Hillary Clinton (left) went on a book tour with her daughter Chelsea (right)
& # 39; In the entire issue of sexual harassment, attention has shifted from the perpetrator – the perpetrator – to the victim, & # 39; Morris remarked. & # 39; We look more and more at the women who have fallen victim and the pain they have suffered: the victims of Weinstein. (Jeffrey) Epstein & # 39; s victims. (Bill) Clinton & # 39; s victims. & # 39;
Morris explained that Hillary Clinton is getting caught up in her husband's problems in the past when Americans look at what happened through the eyes of the victims.
& # 39; When she had private investigators digging up the women, her husband made the victim to silence them, that's just her scandal, & # 39; said Morris. & # 39; So she is terrified that the # MeToo movement will turn against her because she has now committed a major offense. & # 39;
Morris also said that Clinton could only come in when & # 39; Biden dropped out & # 39 ;.
& # 39; When he leaves, there is an opening for her – because at that moment all Democrats are going to say, "Oh my God, are we going to nominate Elizabeth Warren and leave only the left, crazy, George McGovern-like candidate?" .. "We're going to break," said Morris.
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