For the Democrats, there is only one thing that could be worse than the lack of enthusiasm being displayed regarding their current slate of 2020 candidates, and there are renewed fears this week that this nightmare scenario cold come true.
We’ve already seen the late entry of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to the race, which is being touted by many as a referendum on the weakness inherent in the 2020 field. Now, sensing the distinct desperation of the Democratic Party itself, those closest to former First Lady Hillary Clinton are sounding the alarm on her possible reemergence as well.
There is still time for Hillary Clinton and Michael Bloomberg to enter the 2020 presidentialrace, as a field of weak candidates continues to fuel speculation of a dark horse savior, said former Clinton strategist Mark Penn on Sunday.
“‘Wow the field’s weak, I could come in. I could get 165,000 donors, I’m tied with [Joe] Biden in some of these early states…’ There’s still a political logic there for her,” Penn continued.
There was no denying why the subject was again broached.
He also commented on Biden’s tenuous position as the party’s frontrunner and said other candidates have shifted too far to the left to be seen as viable options to defeat President Trump.
“I think it was political logic,” Penn said earlier in the interview. “Unless this field changed, Biden is a frontrunner, but a weak frontrunner and a lot of the other candidates are too far to the left.”
Clinton has long been seen as a cursed figure within the progressive party, particularly after her inexcusable involvement in the rigging of the 2016 primary election against fellow Democrat Bernie Sanders.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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