Hillary seems torn about another White House run

Hillary seems torn about another White House run

Hillary seems torn about another White House run

Clinton initially said "No" when asked by Swisher if she wanted to run again, but shortly after did admit that "I'd like to be president".

"Look, I am a great admirer of Hillary but I don't think that would be a good idea. I don't see anybody that I wouldn't enjoy running against".

Brian Kilmeade said that it sounds like Clinton is "laying the groundwork" for another run for president, something Juan Williams disagreed with.

It was a deputy communications director for Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party who was suspended for a week for a tweet threatening members of the GOP with "guillotines". "She didn't go to Wisconsin, she didn't go to MI enough; she didn't do what she had to do to win". A handful, like former Howard Dean campaign guru Joe Trippi, told the paper they don't believe Clinton is serious - how could she possibly be serious?

They were also quick to make clear there isn't anyone trying to push her into the 2020 race, and there are no internal talks about her possible candidacy.

All eyes are on the 2018 midterms-or, most of them.

Right wing commentators (by commentators I mean people with Twitter) are lashing out at Clinton for her remarks, calling her "racist" and apparently missing her sarcasm or to whom her remarks are directed. "But the point of it is, it's not a real thing". It shows Clinton getting interviewed on Friday on a stage in NY, by Kara Swisher of the tech news site Recode. She has also has maintained an active presence in Democratic circles, appearing alongside candidates such as Andrew Gillum, the Tallahassee mayor running for governor of Florida.

"I don't think it's politically correct to say we value that", she continued.

There was Eric Holder's call to kick Republicans, Maxine Waters' to harass Trump officials in public, Nancy Pelosi's, "I just don't know why there aren't uprisings" and Hillary Clinton's, "You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for".

"It's hard for Hillary", McAuliffe said.

Yet no job requires more "heavy lifting" than the presidency itself.

She said her experience suits her for being the person to renew frayed relationships with world leaders.

"She's going to be out helping candidates. But I feel very confident in saying she's not going to run for president".

"It's respecting the diversity that we have in our society", she said.

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