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Hillary hints at Trump grudge match, proving the Democrats are approaching political extinction

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06.12.2019

With uncanny timing, Hillary Rodham Clinton has hit the international talk show circuit, triggering heated speculation that she may be planning a last-minute plunge into the Democratic primaries against a disappointing field of nominees. The temptation of getting another shot at Donald Trump, who beat Clinton in 2016 despite losing the popular vote, appears to have become an idée fixe for the former secretary of state.

On the UK’s Graham Norton Show, Clinton gave a very unconvincing denial that she was entertaining any presidential ambitions when she commented, “Right now, I’m not, at all, you know, planning that. I’d have to make up my mind really quickly, because it’s moving very fast.”

But not too fast for media mogul Michael Bloomberg, it should be noted, who announced his bid for the Democratic Party’s nomination on November 24.

Was Hillary testing the swamp waters, monitoring the public Richter scale to the faintest indication she might consider entering the race? Or was this just an effort to promote her work of nonfiction, ‘The Book of Gutsy Women’, which – coincidentally or otherwise – brings to mind a similar book written by John F. Kennedy entitled ‘Profiles in Courage’ that was published not long before JFK was elected president? In any event, the Clinton road show continues to plod along at a time when the Democratic primaries are entering the hot, critical phase.

Next stop for Clinton was the Howard Stern Show, home to some of the loudest and most lecherous radio programming allowed by law. All things considered, one would have expected the potty mouth Stern to pillory Clinton, hold her feet to the proverbial fire and make her squirm in agony from a barrage of painful questions. As it turned out, however, the veteran interviewer proved himself to be just as much a left-leaning political tool as any other mainstream media outlet.

At one point, Stern........

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