At least, that's what Hillary Clinton appears to be thinking.
Former Democrat presidential aspirant, Hillary Clinton has been openly criticised for her opinion of blacks.
Clinton's own comments seemed to flip and flop.
Jarringly, Clinton had just delivered a "haughty speech" before she made her racist joke, as The Daily Wire noted.
After Clinton corrected Swisher, she sarcastically added, "I know they all look alike". "And it's just going to be a lot of heavy lifting".
"It's respecting the diversity that we have in our society", she said. The Clintons have been stepping up their presence in the spotlight, a step many see as laying the groundwork for yet another run. "She had 65 million people vote for her". Clinton could well get the same sort of feedback and come to the same conclusion.More news: Driver fights woman. Bus plunges into river. 15 die
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In the lengthy interview, Clinton also praised the actions of the U.S. Secret Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in apprehending the man who had targeted her last week with a bomb sent through the U.S. mail. Clinton failed to beat current President Donald Trump even though she had the full backing of the DNC, along with the party machinery, and was following on the coattails of a relatively popular Democratic president.
If Clinton were to run, of course, it would hugely reshape the (currently rather inchoate) Democratic field. Right now, Democratic Party is working hard to win the midterm elections to gain House majority which would be for the first time in about a decade.
What happened in those few weeks was, essentially, that Romney got a ton of unenthusiastic feedback from party insiders - staffers, admirers, donors, and politicians.
Mr Biden, who launched presidential campaigns in 1988 and 2008 before dropping out of the race each time, has been touted as a possible contender again.
"It's curious why Hillary Clinton's name isn't in the mix - either conversationally or informal polling - as a 2020 candidate", Reines told Politico in an interview this month. Among Democrats, it was 77 percent (compare that to Trump's 90 percent approval among Republicans). "Yeah, I know they all look alike". Joe Biden and Sanders are the poll leaders lately, but she's beaten both of them before (Biden during her second-place 2008 finish, and Sanders in 2016).