Can you recall one thing for me – what has Hillary ever done, except being the First Lady (a while ago), and running “The Clinton Foundation”, that turned out to be a total fraud and a well that has been long drained.
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She’s been living off rumors for her entire life!
Even her husband’s political affairs and pedophilic scandals went in her publicity upward directions!
And Hillary is now campaigning for her buddy and failed running mate Tim Ryan, at a $2,900 per-head price tag.
This move, along with her comments condemning far-left members of her party, has fueled more speculation that we could see likely Hillary running for president yet again in 2024.
Here’s more from the original Daily Caller report.
“The fundraising event, which will be held on Zoom, was first announced by the Ryan campaign on Jan. 18. The minimum donation for admission is $2,900, and donors can become event co-chairs for $20,800. Ryan is the presumptive Democratic nominee in the race to succeed retiring Republican Sen. Rob Portman, although he does face a left-wing primary opponent in former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau employee Morgan Harper.
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.
Bill Clinton hosted a fundraiser in August 2021 for Virginia gubernatorial candidate and longtime ally Terry McAuliffe. McAuliffe chaired Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton’s continued interest in party politics is “about being relevant and people seeing [her and Bill] as a net positive, not a net negative,” a former campaign bundler for the Clintons reportedly told Politico.
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.”