Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appears poised to go for a hat trick of failure.
According to a former adviser to her husband, she is planning a 2024 White House bid.
Dick Morris said that the obvious cognitive decline of soon-to-be 80-year-old Joe Biden has opened up the field to Democratic challengers.
As Morris wrote for Newsmax:
It is clear to me that Hillary’s recent spate of media interviews, as well as opinion pieces penned by long-time Clinton cronies touting her as Joe Biden’s successor — are a prelude to her announcement she’s running.
When that happens, we will enter a new phase.
Trump is preparing for Hillary’s run – and knows he needs to create a new majority that will enable him to beat her and win in 2024.
As I explain in “The Return,” it’s Trump’s to lose and he won’t.
Of course, Clinton, who will be 77 on election day, is hardly a popular figure among American voters.
A Rasmussen poll released Thursday found that nearly seven in ten likely voters don't want Hillary Clinton to run for president again in 2024, with similar views shared for other career politicians.https://t.co/1tPJdiZFjD
— Newsmax (@newsmax) July 21, 2022
Hillary Clinton is truly the likable fresh face that will propel Democrats to victory in 2024.
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) July 21, 2022
“Hillary Clinton 2024, bring it on baby!” – @TuckerCarlson
— Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) July 22, 2022
Only 20% of voters want Hillary Clinton to run again in 2024, including only 33% of Democrats.https://t.co/xknCtfMwUJ
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) July 21, 2022
And let’s not forget that she has had her share of health concerns.
According to TownHall:
What about her health? We all saw images of her getting dragged up a few stairs, and like Biden, she collapsed in full view of the public. The 9/11 memorial event got marked by the former first lady barely reaching her vehicle after getting wobbly in the knees. Even CNN admitted that the incident makes questions about her health and stamina legitimate.
American voters are done with dynasties. Many Democrats, especially younger ones, want to turn the page on the Clinton years. Yet, if Trump runs again, they might just bite the bullet and support her one last time. Mrs. Clinton could increase those odds of support if she crafts a message that resonates with voters. We’ve all seen the ‘anti’ candidates fall short. Clinton was the anti-Trump. Mitt Romney was the anti-Obama. Both failed. She can’t do that again, which means Mrs. Limousine Liberal has to make a play for white working-class voters. This strategy will cause friction with the college-educated elite that dominates blue state America; they also hate everyone. There’s a lot to weave here with Democrats, and Clinton has proven she doesn’t have what it takes.
Here’s a clip of Fox News Channel’s Greg Gutfeld weighing in on Hillary Clinton’s tainted reputation: