A few politicians have experienced many defeats, just like Hillary Clinton. After losing two WH bids, the latest rumors claim that she will have another presidential campaign in 2024.
Maybe this doesn’t have a sense for this Democrat to step in regarding Biden’s low approval rates. Hillary’s rock bottom popularity shows how shallow the Democratic Party’s bench has become recently.
She is planning her speech to announce her candidacy.
The development comes as Clinton, who also was secretary of State during the first half of President Barack Obama’s administration, works to maintain relevance in a party that could be headed for defeat in this year’s midterm elections.
It may also stoke speculation about a potential new Clinton bid for elected office. Two of her allies last month had an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal suggesting Clinton could run for president in 2024 as President Joe Biden’s approval ratings have fallen dramatically. Clinton has said she would not run for president again after her loss to Donald Trump in 2016.
“She’s beloved by the mainstream members of the Democratic Party and her popularity is likely higher than that of President Biden. It’s good for her because it keeps her relevant and her appearance is likely meant to galvanize the party and the audience,” said one of the people who said Clinton is set to speak at next week’s event.
News about her expected appearance at the New York State Democratic Party Convention came as additional information leaked from her 2016 campaign.
The probe led by special counsel Durham shared evidence that Clinton committed a crime against Trump.
She has indicated that she wouldn’t run for president ever again regarding her defeat by Trump. Her critics stated that she has a long track record of lying to the American people, and who knows?
The first episode of Clinton’s podcast, called “You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton,” will be released on September 29, according to iHeartMedia, the company producing the series.
Interviews will include comedian Sarah Cooper, who has become known for her mocking posts for President Donald Trump; Gloria Steinem, the famed feminist and equal rights activist; Stacey Abrams, the former 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate; and Tan France, one of the hosts of Queer Eye.
The production company said Clinton will comment on “pressing political issues of our time” and “will tackle the subjects on so many people’s minds, including topics like faith, resilience, and grief.”
She had a couple of interviews, including the next conversation meant to portray her as a relevant figure in American politics.