Hillary Clinton; 2020?

After Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, she has been in the news here and there but she is no longer a prominent figure. According to the New York Post’s, Michael Goodwin, Clinton is back and ready to rumble. As said in the article, without HIllary the Democrats don’t have a fighting chance against the heavyweight champion President Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, and Kirsten Gillibrand are the other Democratic nominees looking to run against Trump in the 2020 election. Although, legend had it that Oprah Winfrey will run and be the Democrats’ saving grace. She later confirmed that she would not be running.

Although Hillary’s “rampage” after losing the election, only because of the electoral college system, was loud and nasty. Many people still thought she deserved to win.

Now as Clinton returns to her former spotlight she is under attack, but this time by her own side. Even through Hillary went out with a bang, in 2018 she put all of that to waste. At the India Today Conclave, Hillary said a lot of things but this quote basically sums it all up: “I won all the states moving forward while Trump won all the states moving backward.”Agree or disagree what she said was very disrespectful. As Fox & Friends newscaster’s said, “The lowest of the low [for Hillary Clinton],” but this is not an editorial I'm just here to state the facts.

I went around City and Country and interviewed children from the twelves to the tens and found many different opinions. Lola Early, XsMe, was a strong Hillary supporter and bared a very strong hatred for her opposition saying, “I hate Trump, he is the worst president ever, except Nixon.” She expressed

much support for Hillary possible running in 2020 and said “[If Hillary runs] She would win.” Taking a look on the other end of the spectrum, Maya, XIsJ, said she did not know much about Hillary Clinton. Although she expressed some love for Hillary she said that because she was jewish she hated her views on abortion. Although she said it would be good to have a woman as the president, she did not find enough reasons to like Hillary. She said “I don't like Trump. I don't like the wall.”

Walking around the school and listening to political conversations I heard a recurring theme aomg these conversations put perfectly by Nuri, XIIsP, “He [Trump] deos not speak with intelligence.” Surprisingly some people that said they loved Hillary were asked why, they were stumped.

The City and Country definitely leans to the Hilary side of the argument, even though there were some points of resistance. If and (according to Lola Early,XsMe, )“when” Hilarry runs for 2020 it looks she gets City and Countries vote.

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