Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be the frontrunner to win the Democratic nomination when she inevitably launches her third campaign for the White House, a recently published poll found.
The Harvard/Harris poll asked a national sample of Democratic voters whom they would support for president in the event that Clinton—who has refused to rule out entering the race—and former secretary of state John Kerry entered the 2020 Democratic primary.
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In addition to Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg, and even Michael Bloomberg all saw significant declines in support when voters were given the option to vote for Hillary.
Hillary Clinton is currently in the midst of a media tour, ostensibly to promote “The Book of Gutsy Women,” the new book she coauthored with her daughter Chelsea. As some observers have noted, the publicity campaign is also a convenient excuse to keep her name in the headlines as she ponders whether to run for president again.
Reporting suggests the former secretary of state would consider a third White House run if she believed she could win.
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During a recent appearance on “The Howard Stern Show,” the would-be frontrunner declared “I like men.” Some political analysts have suggested Hillary’s comments were intended to boost her “hetero” credentials ahead of an official campaign launch in the weeks or months to come.