Rumours Swirl Hillary Clinton Is Gearing Up to Run for President in 2024
Sudden media presence sparks speculation
74-year-old twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is apparently positioning herself for another run at the White House, if rumors are to be believed.
Some signs that Clinton is making moves to run again is the sudden slew of media appearances where she talks about 2024, Donald Trump, the election, but falling short of any suggestions she will run.
Neon Nettle reported recently that Clinton said Americans would not “recognize our country” if Trump wins in 2024.
Clinton made the remarks during a sit-down interview that aired Sunday with NBC’s “Today” host Willie Geist, where she warned that re-electing Trump would mean "the end of our democracy."
“I think that could be the end of our democracy,” she said.
“Not to be too pointed about it, but I want people to understand that this is a make-or-break point.”
As Biden continues to plunge in the polls, along with Vice President Kamala Harris, Clinton is smelling blood.
Clinton said she "tried to warn" Americans about Trump in 2016 before she was obliterated in the Electoral College in her loss to Trump, 306-232.
“I tried to warn people. I tried to make the case that this was really dangerous — the people he was allied with, what they were saying, what he might do,” she said.
“Clearly, there were people who liked what they saw, despite what I see as the real dangers to our country. They turned out and voted for him.”
Neon Nettle reported last week that Clinton broke down in tears while reading out her planned 2016 "victory speech."
Clinton made a video for NBC’s new Masterclass streaming platform, as reported by The Daily Mail.
The growing speculation that Clinton might run even caused the White House to comment on Monday about Biden’s plans.
“The president has every intention of running for reelection,” Press Secretary Jen Psaki said during the daily briefing.
Jason Miller, a former Trump adviser, warned Clinton is attempting to “inject” herself into the 2024 race.
“Miller, during a Thursday episode of Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast, suggested that Clinton was looking to position herself as potential Democratic contender to replace Biden,” Newsweek reported.
“His remarks came after the former senator and former secretary of state read what would have been her 2016 victory speech — if she had won — in an emotional segment of a MasterClass talk on the power of resilience.”
“The fact of the matter is that Crooked [Hillary] is circling around Joe Biden almost like a buzzard looking at the carcass on the ground, saying, ‘It’s not going to be Joe Biden, it’s not going to be Kamala Harris."
"How can I go and insert myself into this national discussion and remind people that I’m still here?'” said Miller, who is now CEO of social media platform Gettr.
In October, Clinton said she "will never be out of the game of politics" in a veiled warning to Donald Trump.
Clinton said she would remain in the political world by running for public office.
"I will never be out of the game of politics," Clinton said during an interview with ABC News’s "Good Morning America."
"I’m not going to be running for anything," before declaring "our democracy is at stake."