A week after failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton cried while reading the victory speech she had prepared for the 2016 Presidential elections, a new report has been released saying that it is possible that she will run again in 2024.  The Daily Mail Reports

“With President Joe Biden’s sinking approval numbers and Vice President Kamala Harris’ deep unpopularity, the Democratic presidential field that was so crowded in 2020 now appears nearly bare.

It’s the perfect opportunity for Hillary Clinton, 74, to stage a comeback, political commentator Joe Concha explained in an op-ed published Wednesday.

‘Hillary Clinton always seemed to believe the mantle of “First Female President” was her birthright,’ Concha wrote for The Hill.

‘And given how pathetic the field is on the Democratic side with or without Joe Biden, she may just get a second chance at winning the office her husband so famously made infamous.”

An I&I/TIPP poll released on December 6th found that only 22% of Americans want Joe Biden to run for a second term for President.

Hillary still believes that Ex-FBI Director James Comey was primarily responsible for her 2016 election loss.  ‘I do think but for Jim Comey and the stunt he pulled 10 days before the election, I would have won,’ Clinton told NBC host Willie Geist in an interview.

Comey sent a letter to Congress on October 28th saying he  “learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation” of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email during her tenure as Secretary of State.

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