Will Hillary R. Clinton Run in 2019-2020?

After Secretary Clinton's raucous defeat in the 2016 Presidential race, Hillary has refrained from public appearance. With assumption of embarrassment and depression, with rumors of her retirement, is it possible to see a Hillary Clinton run in 2020?

  • Yes, it is incredibly likely that she will run in 2020.

  • No, the inherent fact is that she is retired.

18% 4 votes
82% 18 votes
  • please, please, please, please, please, PPPLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZZEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Already confirmed she herself has said she won't run in 2020.

    Posted by: Iacov
  • No, she might as well enjoy the rest of her life and reap the rewards of her accomplishments. She's getting too far into her late years to be stressing about another presidential run in four years. Besides, she'll most likely have less support than she did the first time go around.

  • Not a chance guys. America as a whole absolutely despises her (as evidenced by her losing to Donald freaking Trump), she's old as heck, and even if she "ran" for President, she wouldn't make it to the primaries.

  • If she can't win against Trump there is no way she'll be able to beat a president.

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Iacov says2017-01-11T19:53:06.3610401Z
Now I would support a Michelle Obama presidential bid in 2020.
BrendanD19 says2017-01-11T19:56:38.4565145Z
I'd rather see Michelle run for US senate. I probably wouldn't give my support to her, but she is an admirable woman and I think she could be a good Senator for Illinois.
frankfurter50 says2017-01-11T19:58:00.9025145Z
Hillary is just as good.
Iacov says2017-01-11T19:59:37.7962401Z
Michelle in the senate would have a more local impact which is more import but benign that I live in Texas the senator of Illinois doesn't effect me much.
frankfurter50 says2017-01-11T22:04:58.6654401Z
She couldn't do anything in the senate. She needs to be prez.

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