Gutfeld: Hillary Clinton's 2020 Waffling Is 'The Ultimate Arrogance'

Gutfeld: Hillary Clinton's 2020 Waffling Is 'The Ultimate Arrogance'

Kerry Wise
October 31, 2018

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".

A poll conducted by U.S. 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.

She was actually referring to Mr. Holder, the former attorney general who faced criticism earlier this month for telling a crowd of Democrats: "When they go low, we kick them".

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

Another unnamed longtime confidante added: "She's not running". Because I'm hearing crickets right now after Hillary said it.

They also told the Hill that there isn't anyone particular trying to push her into the 2020 race, which is already filled with candidates, and there is no internal discussion around her candidacy. We have confused everybody in the world, including ourselves. "But the point of it is, it's not a real thing".

There was Eric Holder's call to kick Republicans, Maxine Waters' to harass Trump officials in public, Nancy Pelosi's, "I just don't know why there aren't uprisings" and Hillary Clinton's, "You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for".

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He said: "It's hard for Hillary".

Yet no job requires more "heavy lifting" than the presidency itself. "I'm just going to wait and watch what happens". The question is does she want to go?

But she added, 'Well, I'd like to be president'.

"It's respecting the diversity that we have in our society", she said. This would be Bernie Sanders' second time, and Biden's third time.

The Washington Examiner spoke to several top Democrats, and asked whether they believe Clinton will be back for round three.

Ms Clinton was defeated in the 2016 presidential election, despite receiving almost three million more votes than Mr Trump - 65,853,514 compared to 62,984,828.

He also won two perennial "swing states" which typically decide an election, in Florida and OH, as well as three "blue wall" stronghold states in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin - which the Republicans had not won wince the 1980s.