Bill Clinton Refuses to Rule Out 2020 Run for Wife Hillary


Just in time for Halloween, Bill Clinton has hinted at something very spooky around the corner for the Democratic Party:

Hillary 3:  The Re-Re-Reckoning.

Yes, that’s right, former President Bill Clinton, believes this his wife Hillary has not yet ruled out yet another attempt to become President.

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Bubba is far from the first prominent Democrat from within Hillary’s inner circle to suggest as much either.

Hillary Clinton’s former aide Philippe Reines last Wednesday night told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that Hillary is leaving the door open for a 2020 run.

“She ran for president because she thought she would be the best president,” Reines said. “If she still thought that now, if she thought she had the best odds of beating Donald Trump, I think she would think about it long and hard.”

The former Secretary of State has herself been making allusions to the possibility, responding to a tweet from President Trump daring her to run with “don’t tempt me”.

Clinton’s entrance into the race would alienate a great many within the Democratic Party, who already cringe at the idea of electing yet another career politician to the highest office in the land, let alone one as corrupt and conniving as Clinton’s reputation purports.

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