Ahead of the 2024 US presidential election, the progressive and conservative camps are summoning former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as the next Democratic presidential candidate, and attention is focused on whether he will readily accept the proposal.
According to CNN on the 28th (local time), conservative commentator John Ellis posted on his blog on the 24th, The Supreme Court ruling that overturned the Roe v. Wade case is a decision that former Secretary of State Clinton will break out of stealth to run for the Democratic nomination in 2024. “It’s her moment now,” he said.
John argued that only former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was the right fit, citing that Joe Biden was too old to run for the next presidential election and that the Democratic nominee was sluggish.
The former journalist worked for the conservative Fox News and is best known as the niece of former Republican President George HW Bush and cousin of his son, former President George W. Bush.
Juan Williams, an expert on the democratic camp, also predicted that former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton would become a major figure in the midterm elections in November through an article in The Hill.
“He’s the right person to strain the Democrats and pay attention to the reality that Republicans who support former President Donald Trump are dividing the country,” Williams said.
However, CNN questioned why both camps sent a love call to former Secretary Clinton, diagnosing that the possibility of him becoming the Democratic presidential nominee is realistically difficult.
First of all, it is impossible for the conservative camp to create a government in the next presidential election and to present a truly qualified candidate as a competitive candidate.
Currently, the Republican Party has no candidates to seal internal divisions and represent the party. The same goes for former President Trump. It is not an exaggeration to say that the recall of former Secretary of State Clinton in the midst of a party crisis is, in fact, close to these wishes and schemes.
In addition, President Biden has recently repeatedly hinted at his will to run for re-election, and there is virtually no place for former President Clinton. He, too, is clearly drawing a line in his re-challenge against President Biden.
“I want Biden to run,” Clinton said in an interview with the Financial Times earlier this month. “He’s definitely going to run,” he said, “and the challenge for him is very devastating.”
He also said in an interview with CBS this morning, “I can’t imagine running for president again.” The host emphasized the clear refusal of his answer.
However, CNN reported that “Clinton’s re-election is not at all impossible” and that “if President Biden allows him to run for office through an open nomination, he will consider it.“