Hillary R. Clinton visited a key battleground state Wednesday, re-upping rumors that she is still considering a 2020 rematch with President Donald J. Trump.
“The twice-failed Democrat presidential candidate isn’t interested in discussing an endorsement for 2020, and sources close to Clinton have repeatedly said she hasn’t closed the door on a rematch with President Trump,” according to American Mirror.
Clinton gave a lecture at Dartmouth College touting her foreign policy experience only days after she and her husband, former president William J. Clinton, wrapped up a separate speaking tour.
She spoke about her role in implementing the Iran nuclear deal, which Trump withdrew the United States from. Iran, designated as a state sponsor of terror, received $1 billion in cash from the U.S. while the agreement was in place.
Clinton subtly accused Trump of instigating a fight with the Middle Eastern nation.
“I don’t think we can, unfortunately, rule that out,” she said. “And there is always, always the threat of miscalculation. Somebody makes a mistake. Somebody on our side, somebody on the Iranian side.”
Whether Clinton is seriously considering another presidential bid is anyone’s guess.
As Big League Politics reported Wednesday, former vice president Joe Biden has a massive lead over other Democratic Party primary candidates in recent polls. He remains 20-30 points ahead of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who is trailed by Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).
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