Hillary 2020? Longtime Clinton adviser says she’s running

Hillary 2020? Longtime Clinton adviser says she’s running

Hillary 2020? Longtime Clinton adviser says she’s running

"T$3 his new version of Mrs. Clinton, when she runs for president in 2020, will come full circle - back to the universal-health-care-promoting progressive firebrand of 1994", they wrote. But Penn is still being taken seriously by his new conservative friends as having deep insight into HRC's plans (much like former Clinton advisor and Penn ally Dick Morris was, years after he had definitively changed parties), even though he was kept miles away from her 2016 campaign.

President Trump's enthusiastic rally crowds continue to villainize Clinton with chants of 'Lock her up!' - a holdover from campaign-year claims that she put classified material on a vulnerable private email server.

"You can expect her to run for president once again", they predicted.

Earlier today, the Wall Street Journal published an op-ed by Mark Penn, a former senior adviser to the Clintons, and Andrew Stein, former president of the New York City Council. This must be avenged. Think of it as "Hillary Clinton 4.0". They will see her now as strong, partisan, left-leaning, and all-Democrat - the one with the guts, experience, and steely eyed determination to defeat [President Donald] Trump.

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Meanwhile speculation grows over the possibility of other resignations, following the departure of transport minister Jo Johnson. The younger brother of former foreign secretary Boris Johnson - Jo Johnson called May's proposal a "terrible mistake".

"Dear God, please, yes", she wrote on Twitter. "Mike Bloomberg will support her rather than run, and Joe Biden will never be able to take her on".

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway tweeted a four-word response to a prediction on Sunday that Hillary Clinton will make a third run at the USA presidency. She got crushed in the Electoral College, 304-227.

Last month the former Democratic Presidential nominee left the door open on a possible 2020 run, saying "I'd like to be president".

The response from the White House?

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