Hillary Clinton Reveals Her Plans For 2024
Hillary Clinton, a former Secretary of State and the nominee of the Democratic Party for president in 2016, as well as the woman who was defeated by Barack Obama in the Democratic primary for president in 2008, has made her decision regarding whether or not she will run for president again.
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She stated that she would never run for president again in an interview with the Financial Times. In the interview, she discussed her own political career, former President Donald Trump, President Joe Biden’s presidency, and the election in 2024. She also stated that she would never run for president again.
She responded with a categorical “No” to the proposition. “First, I think Biden will run in 2024. It is very likely that he will enter the race. It would cause a great deal of chaos to challenge that.”She stated that the upcoming presidential election in 2024 is the most important issue, more so than any other social or economic concern, and given the current state of the economy, it would be prudent for every top Democrat to steer the conversation away from finances.
There is a real danger of losing our democracy, she warned, and then everything that matters to the rest of us will be lost. It’s not about me, it’s about winning the next election, you know. Anything that doesn’t help you win should be put on the back burner because the alternative is so terrifying. But the chances of Biden being re-elected as vice president are starting to look less favorable than the Democrats would like them to.
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Only five of the fifty Democratic senators were willing to back Joe Biden for president in 2024, according to a report published on the Daily Caller, a conservative news website. The Daily Caller contacted each of the fifty Democratic senators and asked them if they would support Biden for president in 2024.On Sunday’s episode of CNN’s “State of the Union,” New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez refused to state unequivocally whether or not she would vote for Joe Biden for president in 2024.
“I only have one question concerning President Biden. He is indicating that he will run for office once more in 2024. Are you going to back him up?” host Dana Bash said.When asked if she was thinking about running again in 2024, the congresswoman replied, “I’m focused right now on winning this majority and preserving a majority this year in 2022.”That bridge will be crossed when we come to it. If the president has a vision, we’re all willing to consider it, she said.
The representative responded, “Yes, I think it’s something we should endorse when we get to it.” However, in my opinion, the president has been carrying out his duties in a very able manner up to this point. Should he choose to run for office once more, I believe that — I believe that it is — we will examine the situation. However, our immediate priority should be to secure a majority in the legislature rather than the presidency, as she stated earlier.
In addition, she is not the only Democrat to have such concerns regarding Biden.The most powerful members of the Democratic Party are of the opinion that Vice President Joe Biden should not be included on the party’s ticket for president in 2024 because they do not think he will be able to win another term.According to a report in The New York Times, it is anticipated that Republicans will have massive victories in the midterm elections of 2022, and almost all of the 50 Democrats who were interviewed do not believe that President Biden can assist the Party in maintaining control of the White House in 2024.
Steve Simeonidis is a member of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and he suggested that President Biden should step down and allow someone else to take control of the Democratic Party in the 2024 election. According to The Times, he stated that “To say that our country was on the right track would be a flagrant departure from reality. Right after the midterm elections, should announce his intent to not seek re-election in 24, the author writes.
According to Shelia Huggins, a member of the Democratic National Committee from North Carolina, Democrats need new, bold leadership for the 2024 presidential race.That can’t be Biden, the person said.