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As the Democrat field looks rather grim (at least from the Democrat perspective) many are starting to wonder if a new competitor will eventually come on to the scene.
Speculation has included the likes of Michelle Obama and even Oprah as possible dark horse candidates.
But one name continues to top the rest….
You know her, you love her…..Hillary Rodham Clinton ladies and gentlemen!
Will she run again?
Speculation is running wild, and her “new look” is only adding fuel to the fire.
The Daily Mail suggested she now looks youthful:
Others weren't as gracious with their comments:
And others speculated this was signaling she'll be running soon:
Our friends over at the Western Journal had more on the speculation:
Clinton’s more youthful appearance comes days after a poll released Monday showed the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee leading all comers if she were to jump into the 2020 race.
An online Harvard-Harris poll found Clinton garnered 21 percent of support, followed by former Vice President Joe Biden at 20 percent, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont at 12 percent and Sen Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts at 9 percent.
The poll was conducted among 1,859 registered voters between Nov. 27 and 29.
Clinton said during an appearance on the U.K.’s “Graham Norton Show” earlier this month that she has been “deluged” with pleas to run.
“I’d have to make up my mind really quickly,” she said, “because it’s moving very fast.”
Political commentator Dick Morris — who served as President Bill Clinton’s campaign manager during his 1996 re-election race — believes Hillary will join the 2020 Democratic field.
“I expect her to get into this thing, and I expect her to run,” Morris said in a video posted Friday. “I think she may, God help us, be the Democratic nominee.”
Morris argued that Clinton would probably poll much higher among the Democrats in the race than the Harvard-Harris survey reflects after she announced a run.
“Whenever a candidate is included in a poll like this before they’ve actually announced, their numbers are always way understated,” he said.
“It’s my conclusion,” Morris said, “that if Hillary announced tomorrow and was included in the poll the day after she announced, I think she’d be beating Biden by 10 points. I think it would be a runaway at this point.”
If Clinton were to win the nomination and face President Donald Trump next November, it would be the first time since the 1950s that such a rematch scenario played out.
In the 1952 and 1956 presidential elections, the Democrats nominated former Illinois Gov. Adlai Stevenson to go up against Republican Dwight Eisenhower.
Eisenhower handily won both contests.