Hillary Clinton is perhaps the most unpopular politician to ever run for president.
She was resolutely crushed by Donald Trump — a controversial political outsider at the time. The election was hers to win but her incredible unlikability, and her involvement in numerous scandals, including murder and rape coverup, caused Americans to make the right choice.
Despite Joe Biden’s failure to resonate with most Americans, Hillary Clinton will not be running for president in 2024. She dismissed rumors over the weekend, saying her involvement in the next presidential election would be “disruptive” to Biden’s reelection.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Clinton waxed hysterical about the Republican Party, saying they are responsible for the “downfall of American democracy” despite the endless liberal attempts to destroy Donald Trump.
On Biden, Hillary supports his reelection and will not even consider a 2024 run.
It’s “out of the question,” she told the Financial Times.
Unlike most Americans, Hillary fully expects Biden to run for reelection despite his visible mental and physical decline.
“First of all, I expect Biden to run. He certainly intends to run. It would be very disruptive to challenge that.”
Meanwhile, everyone knows that Joe Biden isn’t steering the ship anyway, so another Biden term means nothing to the Democrat elite; they’ll maintain their agenda regardless.
He’s already in mental and physical decline, proven by his numerous brain freezes and fall-downs, but that apparently won’t stop our Puppet President from hitting the campaign trail once more.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed his intentions last November even as polling shows he is at odds with the wishes of voters.
“That’s his intention,” Psaki told reporters aboard Air Force One, underlining varied reports the 79-year-old has been telling advisers and staff he will be back.
At 79, Sleepy Joe already broke records by becoming the oldest candidate to ever run for president. His “victory” in 2020 solidified Biden as the oldest commander in chief ever “elected” in the United States.
Americans are set to cast their votes for the next President of the United States on November 5, 2025 — just 15 days short of Biden’s 82nd birthday.
Author: Nolan Sheridan