The two argue that the two-time presidential candidate "won't let a little thing like two stunning defeats stand in the way of her claim to the White House". Honesty, our first response would be echoing what former Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway had to say. The new version of Clinton, however, has learned from all these mistakes. Hillary Clinton 2.0 was a moderate, building on the success of her communitarian "It Takes a Village" appeals and pledging to bring home the bacon for NY.
Mrs Clinton, herself, has been coy on the subject. Just as Mr. Trump cleared the field, Mrs. Clinton will take down rising Democratic stars like bowling pins.
The pair claimed that Clinton wants another bite at the apple to unseat Trump after her "humiliating loss" to him in 2016.
"Expect Hillary 4.0 to come out swinging", they wrote. HRC2020 speculation exists entirely within the fantasy world of Republicans whose idea of heaven is to perpetually chant "Lock Her Up!" while reliving a whole generation of Clinton-hatred. Last month during a public forum, she was asked whether she wanted to run for president again. She denied in October she would launch another bid - before admitting a moment later: "Well, I'd like to be president".
Her longtime advisor Philippe Reines debunked that speculation, though.
Mark Penn said the Democrat had "an unfinished mission to be the first female president" and "a personal grievance" against Donald Trump, who vowed to imprison her before emerging victorious in the 2016 vote. Especially not if it involves Clinton attempting to co-opt the message of the new, über-leftist progressive movement.