Could Hillary Clinton really be thinking about another presidential run?

Some Buzz After Clinton Says 'Well, I'd Like to Be President'

Hillary Hasn't Given Up: 'I'd Like to Be President'

Conservative commentators are outraged that former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a racist joke, saying African-Americans "all look alike" while correcting her interviewer who mixed up two Democrat politicians, but CNN ignored it, again. "We will have a lot of work", said Clinton.

Asked by Swisher whether she would be doing any of the lifting, Clinton said: "I have no idea". Even though she said "no", she later said that she'd "like to be president", sparking fears among progressives that she was going to run, and likely lose, once again.

Clinton's comments come as speculation has increased over whether she will launch another bid after the midterm elections. Given such, don't be surprised if the DNC turns against Clinton, favoring more electable candidates.

You read that right: for whatever reason, Clinton performed in a skit with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, in which Hizzoner explained that he was behind schedule because he was "running on CP time" - short for the slang term "colored people time".

Meanwhile, she and former president Bill Clinton are going on a speaking tour that is now scheduled to wrap up in May 2019. Ya'lls time is up and I don't even think Kerry or Gore were even considering running for President again.

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. And they're going to spend most of their time trying to go after Donald Trump as a frightful human being which we all already know he is and it's going to cost them the election.

"Our democracy is in crisis, but I'm optimistic that through building a bench of progressive leaders who put their communities and values first, we will put ourselves back on the path to a fairer, more inclusive America".

"But I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country's future is at stake", she said.

Hillary Clinton is poised to take on presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in November.

"You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about", she told CNN's Christiane Amanpour.

Like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Mrs Clinton has been depicted as a villain in Republican campaign advertisements that attack Democratic candidates. She has proven that she can not defeat Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton, a former secretary of state who has twice been denied the White House, said something outrageous in a recent podcast interview that was also filmed live.

"Mussolini says [in the book], 'When you pluck a chicken feather by feather, nobody notices, '" Mrs. Clinton recounted.

But she then conceded, "Well, I'd like to be president". I don't think it deserves a donkey of the day!

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