Hillary Clinton Is Back In The Game

Hillary Clinton

(DCWatchdog.com) – To the cheers of Democrats and the jeers of Republicans, Hillary Clinton has officially come off the sidelines and reentered the game of politics.

While her entrance is relatively small at this point – a fundraising capacity – rumors are running wild in Democratic Party circles that the previously defeated presidential candidate is waiting in the wings to replace President Joe Biden as the Democrat’s 2024 Presidential Election candidate if Biden falters or decides not to seek reelection.

As the Daily Caller reports:

“Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will headline a big-dollar fundraiser Monday night for Ohio Senate candidate Rep. Tim Ryan, in what will be her first fundraising event since the 2020 election cycle…

Both Hillary and Bill Clinton are reportedly looking forward to playing a renewed role in Democratic Party politics. Hillary Clinton participated in two fundraisers for then-candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris during the 2020 election cycle, although she was ultimately overshadowed by fundraising surrogates like Stacey Abrams and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.” [emphasis added]


“Several former Clinton advisers have suggested that Hillary Clinton would consider a 2024 presidential run. Douglas Schoen, whose business partner served as chief political strategist on Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, argued in a Wall Street Journal op-ed that the former New York senator could serve as a moderate alternative during the 2024 primaries. Former White House adviser and current Newsmax contributor Dick Morris claimed that there is a “good chance” that the 2024 presidential election will feature a Clinton-Donald Trump rematch.” [emphasis added]

If nothing else, a Clinton-Trump rematch would undoubtedly be, uh, entertaining.

What do you think? Please email [email protected] and share your opinion about Hillary Clinton possibly running for the presidency again in 2024. Do you think she would have any chance of beating former President Donald Trump if he also decides to run again? Why or why not?