The Funniest Thing You Will Read All Day About Hillary Clinton

Maybe Hillary Clinton knows that she is finished with all things political and this comment is her first bid at Standup Comedy. Last week the former First Lady, Senator from New York, and Secretary of State revealed that no one has asked her for advice on running in the 2020 Presidential campaign. 

Seriously? Can you see how easy it would be to develop an SNL skit around this statement? Not that the leftist entertainment business would ever go there, but it is still laughable. Hillary, no one cares about your input because you lost the election.

As Written By Beckett Adams for the Washington Examiner:

No one in the Democratic Party has asked Hillary Clinton for advice on running for president in 2020, the former secretary of state revealed last week.

I can’t imagine why.

“Nobody’s actually been to see me,” the two-time failed presidential candidate said in a radio interview. “I see Democrats all the time, and nobody has said ‘Hey, I’m going to run,’ or ‘I’m thinking about running, give me advice now,’ because it is too soon.”

She added, “And there may be some private planning going on by some people. I wouldn’t know who. I wouldn’t hazard a guess. But in terms of actually seeking out advice, people have said, ‘hey, I want to come talk to you.’ But I haven’t had those conversations, in large measure, because I’ve said I’m going to focus next year on 2018, and then, you know, I’ll be happy to talk.”

That no one has approached her for 2020 advice is not surprising.

First, as Clinton herself said, it is 2017. The shortlist of possible Democratic 2020 candidates isn’t just short. It’s practically non-existent.

Secondly, even if there were a set number of likely 2020 candidates, why would anyone ………


Hillary Clinton: No one has asked me for advice for running in 2020

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