ヒラリー・クリントンのささやき 2024 開始しています

In the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court’s monumental decision to overturn Roe v Wade, conservative writer John Ellis took to the internet to make a provocative case: It was time for Hillary Clinton to make a(他の人) political comeback.

Now is her moment,” 彼が書きました.The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade creates the opening for Hillary Clinton to get out of stealth mode and start down the path toward declaring her candidacy for the 2024 Democratic presidential nomination.
または雇用行動を処理することは、彼らが前ホワイトハウス政権または他の誰かによってMrを選択するように圧力を受けていたことを示しました’ argument is centered on the ideas that 1) ジョー・バイデン大統領, who will be 82 shortly after the 2024 選挙, is simply too old to run again (Ellis is far from the only person making that case) そして 2) The Democratic bench is not terribly strong
    He’s not the only person eyeing a Clinton re-emergence.
      Writing in The Hill newspaper, Democratic pundit Juan Williams makes the case that Clinton should become a major figure on the campaign trail この 年.
        Clinton is exactly the right person to put steel in the Democratsspine and bring attention to the reality that ‘ultra-MAGA’ 共和党員, as President Biden calls them, are tearing apart the nation,” Williams writes, 追加する: “Keep talking and talk louder, ヒラリー!”
        そう, just how far-fetched is a Clinton candidacy?
          上手, start here: That a conservative writer is leading the charge — 少なくとも現時点では — for another presidential bid by Clinton should be looked at with some healthy skepticism. No candidate unites the Republican partyeven with Donald Trump as the GOP’s likely nomineelike Clinton does. そう, this may be a bit of wishful thinking by Ellis. Keep that in mind.
          Then go to this: Biden is giving every indication that, even at his advance age, he is planning to run again. The New York Times posted a piece Monday night headlinedBiden Irked by Democrats Who Won’t Take ‘Yesfor an Answer on 2024that included these lines:
          Facing intensifying skepticism about his capacity to run for re-election when he will be nearly 82, the president and his top aides have been stung by the questions about his plans, irritated at what they see as a lack of respect from their party and the press, and determined to tamp down suggestions that he’s effectively a lame duck a year and a half into his administration.
          And finish here: Clinton has been pretty close to Shermanesque in her denials about even considering another bid.
          “番号, out of the question,” Clinton said of another presidential candidacy in an interview with the Financial Times 今月上旬. “まず第一に, I expect Biden to run. He certainly intends to run. It would be very disruptive to challenge that.
          In an interview with CBS Tuesday morning, Clinton said she couldn’timaginerunning again. Host Gayle King rightly noted that Clinton’s answer wasn’t a definitiveno.
          そう, if you are a betting person — そして, もちろん, there are odds on Hillary runningthe smart gamble is that Clinton doesn’t run again.
          すべて of that said, we know that circumstances change. And that changed circumstances can lead to changed minds.
          While I find it utterly implausible that Clinton would run against Biden in a primary in 2024, I also think that an open nominationif Biden takes a pass on runningwould be something that would be hard for Clinton to not at least look at. That’s not to say she would run. It’s only to say that her name would get bandied about if the seat was open. That’s a lock.
            Then there’s the Roe decision to consider. Clinton’s comments about not running again came before Roe was decided. As someone who has fought for women’s rights throughout her career as first lady, US senator and secretary of state, might the Supreme Court’s ruling have changed her calculus somewhat as she looks to her own future?
            再び, the chances are very slim that Clinton runs again. But they aren’t zero.

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