Hillary Clinton: No 2020 Run, But 'I'd Like to be President'

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After Clinton corrected Swisher, she sarcastically added, "I know they all look alike".

Democrats - especially the 19 who she just endorsed on Monday - were likely bristling at Clinton's choice of words, which came at a time when race relations around the country were seemingly at an all-time low, partially (mostly?) because of the man to whom she lost the 2016 presidential election. "It's just going to be a lot of heavy lifting". However, inserting herself into the debate with presidential candidate from Democrats in 2020, she is spicing up some discussion prior to the elections of November 6. However, Recode's Kara Swisher thought that Booker had made the remark.

"Tweeps, simmer down", she tweeted.

The context of Swisher's question is a statement that Eric Holder, not Cory Booker made.

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Democratic former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, who plans to run for the presidency himself, told MSNBC's Hallie Jackson that Clinton will "never be on the ballot again". Yeah, she's qualified to be President of the United States.

From the reports of NBC news, Jesse Hunt, who is a spokesman for National Republican Congressional Committee, stated that "The longer a scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton lingers in American politics, the worse off House Democrats will be". "That's what this new Democratic Party is about".

"So far I like them all", Trump replied.

"Our democracy is in crisis, but I'm optimistic that through building a bench of progressive leaders who put their communities and values first, we will put ourselves back on the path to a fairer, more inclusive America".

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"The fact that this man has been apprehended and there is apparently a very credible, strong case against him speaks volumes about how professional and focused our law enforcement happens to be", Clinton said. "She got 3 million more votes than Donald Trump did in the last presidential election".

Like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Mrs Clinton has been depicted as a villain in Republican campaign advertisements that attack Democratic candidates.

"Well, that was Eric Holder", Clinton said. "But I feel very confident in saying she's not going to run for president". I don't think it deserves a donkey of the day!

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