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Hillary Clinton leaves door open for 2020 US Presidential run




Two-time failed presidential candidate has left the door open for a possible Presidential run. Speaking at a Q&A session last weekend, indicated that she might want to have a go at the polls again, despite losing to two different candidates over nearly a decade.

At the Q&A, Recode’s Kara Swisher asked Clinton outright: “Do you want to run again?”

Clinton initially said no before admitting that she wanted to be President. “No, no,” she replied, prompting laughter from the audience, before adding: “I’d like to be president.”

Clinton followed her admission by asserting that she feels capable to take on the responsibilities that come with being a President. Noting that “there’s going to be so much work to be done” if a Democrat wins the in 2020, Clinton said:

“The work would be work that I feel very well prepared for having been in the for eight years, having been a diplomat in the State Department.”

She added: “I’m not even going to even think about until we get through this November 6th election about what’s going to happen after that.”

Clinton, former First lady and wife of ex-President , put her name against ahead of the 2008 election. Obama clinched the Democratic nomination and went on to become President.

Then in 2016, Clinton ran against Republican nominee Donald . Against predictions by mainstream and political analysts that Clinton would easily beat her opponent, emerged the victor and presently serves as President.



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