Hillary Clinton is up to something.
She and Bill are on a nationwide book tour.
Now, her former aide says it’s all part of her master plan for 2020.
Will Hillary Clinton Announce Another Run in 2020?
Hillary Clinton failed miserably.
In 2016, the expectation was she’d be the first female president.
But Trump crashed her plans.
Ever since then, Hillary has acted like a sore loser.
She refuses to praise Trump for any of his results.
The economy is booming.
Our GDP is breaking records.
Trump slashed taxes and curtailed illegals flooding our borders.
All of this with virtually no help from any Democrats.
Of course, no one would expect Hillary to admit Trump’s success.
Afterall, if her aide is accurate, she wouldn’t want to boost Trump.
That’s because she may have him in her sights.
Reporter: “Count on Hillary Clinton Running again in 2020”
Hillary is power hungry.
That’s the only way to explain it.
A former Clinton aide is hinting she’s likely to run again.
Philippe Reines, who worked for Hillary Clinton going back to 2002 and was her senior advisor at the State Department, is already hinting it’s happening.
In fact, he pitched to Politico that Hillary would be the only one who could beat Trump.
Meanwhile, a reporter for the New York Post said, “Count on Hillary Clinton running again in 2020.”
Hillary Can’t Run from Her Legacy of Scandals
If Hillary runs again, her scandals will take center stage with her.
First, there’s the email scandal where she hosted a personal email on a non-secure server.
Then, there’s the fact Hillary’s failure during the 2012 Benghazi attack led to the deaths of four Americans.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
She’s hoping voters will forget about them.
But that’s not likely to happen.
Additionally, several more obstacles threaten to derail Hillary’s hopes of winning.
There’s likely a crowded primary awaiting her in 2020.
Some outlets are reporting there’s nearly 21 Democrats thinking about running against Trump in 2020.
Folks like Vice President Joe Biden and her previous opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders are likely to run.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has publicly pledged she’s out, but some reports indicate she’ll reconsider the idea after her re-election bid for the Senate this year.
But many Democrats are seeking a fresher face.
Democrat Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker are capturing the attention of Democratic voters.
They gathered national attention in their efforts to defeat Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Will Voters Want A Rematch?
It’s unclear if Hillary will even win the nomination.
If she does, it will be a rematch of 2016.
Of course, she lost to Trump before.
Hillary will have to rethink her strategy next go around.
Trump’s enjoying an approval rating bump in the polls.
That’s because he’s adding to his record of success every day.
What do you think?
Will Hillary beat Donald Trump in 2016? Or will she lose, yet again?
Let us know in the comments below.