Hillary Reveals Her Plan For 2024 Presidential Campaign


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President Joe Biden’s electability in the regard to running for a second term has been coming into question for some time.

Conservative Brief reports that Biden getting elected again is starting to look tougher than the Democrats want it to be, and that top members of the Democrat Party do not want President Joe Biden on the presidential ticket in 2024 because they do not believe he can be reelected.

The Daily Caller, a conservative news website, contacted each of the 50 Democrat senators and asked them if they would support President Biden in 2024 and only five of them said yes, the news site reported.

A spokesperson for Senate Majority Leader and Democratic New York Sen. Chuck Schumer responded to the Daily Caller with a one-word answer: “Yes.”

Spokespeople for Democratic Sens. Tim Kaine of Virginia and Jack Reed of Rhode Island responded in the same way: “Yes.”

Democratic New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker’s spokesperson also said the senator would endorse Biden, noting, “Yes, Senator Booker supports President Biden for re-election should he run again in 2024.”

Democratic National Committee (DNC) member Steve Simeonidis, said that President Biden should step aside and allow someone else to take the reigns in the 2024 election.

“To say our country was on the right track would flagrantly depart from reality,” he said to The Times. “[Biden] should announce his intent not to seek re-election in ’24 right after the midterms.”

“Democrats need fresh, bold leadership for the 2024 presidential race,” Shelia Huggins, a DNC member from North Carolina said. “That can’t be Biden.”
As midterm elections loom, the question is now being answered.

This weekend New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would not commit to supporting President Biden in 2024 on the CNN show “State of the Union” on Sunday.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Democrat nominee for president in 2016 and the woman who was defeated by former President Obama in the 2008 primaries, has made her decision about campaigning for president again, Conservative Brief reports.

Clinton takes a pessimistic view of the Democrats’ electoral prospects — warning that the party is setting itself up for a rejection around the country by embracing extremist positions.

In an interview published Friday, the former secretary of state sat down with Financial Times editor Edward Luce. During the conversation, she reflected on her 2016 presidential candidacy, the possible overturning of Roe V. Wade, and what her past dealings with Vladimir Putin tell her about the war in Ukraine. Clinton went on to voice a number of concerns about the Democratic Party’s break with “common-sense politics,” saying that it hurts their chances of winning elections in the future, Mediate reports.

From the Times:

I cannot allow the lunch to end without questioning the direction of her party. I say that Democrats seem to be going out of their way to lose elections by elevating activist causes, notably the transgender debate, which are relevant only to a small minority. What sense does it make to depict J.K. Rowling as a fascist? To my surprise, Clinton shares the premise of my question. “We are standing on the precipice of losing our democracy, and everything that everybody else cares about then goes out the window,” she says. “Look, the most important thing is to win the next election. The alternative is so frightening that whatever does not help you win should not be a priority.”

Luce’s question refers to the fact that J.K. Rowling has become a controversial figure in recent years after making a number of objectionable comments about the transgender community. The conversation went on with Clinton warning Democrats to break off of the public campaign to “defund the police,” Mediate explains.

“You need accountable measures. But you also need policing. It doesn’t even pass the common-sense politics test not to believe that,” she said. “Some positions are so extreme on both the right and the left that they retreat to their corners…Politics should be the art of addition not subtraction.”

Clinton gave an interview to the Financial Times where she talked about her own political career, former president Donald trump, President Joe Biden’s presidency and the 2024 election as she ruled out ever campaigning for president again, Conservative Brief reports.

“No, out of the question,” she said. “First of all, I expect Biden to run. He certainly intends to run. It would be very disruptive to challenge that.”

“We are standing on the precipice of losing our democracy, and everything that everybody else cares about then goes out the window,” she said. “Look, the most important thing is to win the next election. The alternative is so frightening that whatever does not help you win should not be a priority,” Clinton declared.

Republicans are expected to have massive victories in the 2022 midterms and just about all of the 50 Democrats interviewed do not believe that President Biden can help the Party keep the White House in 2024, The New York Times reported.

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