I’ve been telling people, don’t count out Hillary just yet!
No, not that she would WIN, but that she might run!
In fact, here’s my latest prediction.
With the Iowa caucuses less than a week away, it’s looking like it’s too late for someone to enter the race and really make a run for it.
Except if none of these Democrats can gain a majority in the primaries and we end up with a Brokered Convention in July.
That’s my prediction.
I think we end up with a Brokered Convention and if that happens then I think it’s goodbye Biden, Warren, Buttigieg, Sanders….the whole lot of them.
If we come to a Brokered Convention I think we will see a new player emerge.
And I have three predictions on who that will be:
1 – Hillary
2 – Michelle
3 – Oprah
Yes, I’m serious.
Save this article and come see me in July.
Anyway, are we starting to see the first signs emerge?
Hillary testing the waters?
Here's more, from the NY Post:
Nearly four years after President Trump defeated her in the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton said she has an “urge” to run again because she thinks she can win this time.
The former secretary of state was asked during an interview with Variety if she ever thought “I could beat Donald Trump if I were running.”
“Yeah. I certainly feel the urge because I feel the 2016 election was a really odd time and an odd outcome,” she told the magazine in an interview published online Monday.
“And the more we learn, the more that seems to be the case. But I’m going to support the people who are running now and do everything I can to help elect the Democratic nominee.”
The interview took place in Park City, Utah, where the former senator from New York is promoting a documentary, “Hillary,” that debuted at the Sundance Film Festival.
In a separate interview, Clinton said a lot has changed since 2016 when Trump won the presidency despite being a political novice.
“I think there’s a story now to be told. Before he was a blank slate. He was a guy that people saw on their TVs. As you know, he was a reality TV star,” Clinton said, according to the Associated Press. “Now I think there’s a record that he’s going to have to be held accountable for.”
Clinton topped Trump in the popular vote by nearly 3 million, but he won the Electoral College vote 304-227.
She said “the person who gets the most votes should win” and supports abolishing the Electoral College.
“The Electoral College is an anachronism that foils the rights of the majority of Americans to choose our leaders.”
In the Variety interview, Clinton also responded to the criticism she received when a clip from the documentary showed her saying she wouldn’t endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders if he wins the Democratic nomination this year.
“I think we did that interview about a year and a half ago. I wasn’t thinking about the election by any means. I’ve said I’m going to support the nominee,” she said of Sanders, who ran against her during the 2016 Democratic primary
Judge Jeanine approves (and so do I):
And from CBS News:
Hillary Clinton still harbors thoughts about a rematch with Donald Trump. In a new interview with Variety, the former first lady, secretary of state and two-time presidential candidate admitted that the outcome of the 2016 election still bothers her.
"I know you're not running for president, but do you ever feel the urge to think: 'I could beat Donald Trump if I were running,'" journalist Ramin Setoodeh asked Clinton.
"Yeah. I certainly feel the urge because I feel the 2016 election was a really odd time and an odd outcome," she responded. "And the more we learn, the more that seems to be the case. But I'm going to support the people who are running now and do everything I can to help elect the Democratic nominee."
Clinton did not elaborate on any plans and also did not reveal which of the other Democratic candidates she would vote for. "I'm going to vote. I'm going to leave it at that. I'll definitely vote. I vote every time there's an election," she said."
This is not the first time she has alluded to the possibility of taking on Trump again — whether jokingly, rhetorically, or otherwise. In October 2019, when President Trump tweeted that "Crooked Hillary Clinton" should enter the race, she tweeted back: "Don't tempt me. Do your job."
In a November interview with BBC Radio, Clinton said she thinks "all the time" about what it would've been like if she had beaten Trump and was president. When she was pressed on whether she would run again, Clinton replied: "I, as I say, never, never, never say never."
Clinton is currently promoting the Netflix docu-series "Hillary" about her 2016 presidential campaign, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
"I am telling everybody here at Sundance, everywhere I go, please, please go out and vote," she told Setoodeh. "And then, whoever the nominee is, support the nominee, whether it's someone you voted on or not in the primary process, because the most important responsibility we all have is to retire Donald Trump."
Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks onstage at Cinema Cafe during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival./ GETTY IMAGES
During the interview, Clinton also opened up about the criticism she faced as the 2016 candidate as well as the misogyny all women candidates face.
In his final question, Setoodeh asked Clinton about an inflammatory comment she made about Bernie Sanders: "Nobody likes him," she says in the documentary "Hillary."