Henry Clay ran for the presidency three times for three different political parties and failed each time in the presidential voting.
William Jennings Bryan of Scopes Trial fame, ran for the presidency three times, secured the Democratic Party nomination three times and lost the presidential election three times.
Hillary Clinton has run for president twice, but only secured the party nomination once, but still lost her bid to America’s first woman president.
According to former Clinton aid Mark Penn, Hillary Clinton is planning on running a third time in 2020 and if she does, many will be praying that she has the same end result as Clay and Bryan.
Wayne Dupree – Ex-Clinton aid Mark Penn wrote an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal that informs America, his former boss, Hillary will be running for the Oval Office again in 2020.
I guess with the news of the recounts in Georgia, Florida, and Arizona, I can see how Hillary would probably make that decision to run for the White House in 2020. With all the corruption within these election tallies, she probably feels a dose of this luck would help her gain a new address on Pennsylvania Avenue.
I don’t think the notion of Hillary running again is as a far-fetched as it sounds. Giving how the corrupt Democrat Party has made significant advancement into election tampering. They have improved their finagling ways and have moved beyond the basics like arranging for dead people to vote. Any DNC candidate will have an automatic 2-5% popular vote advantage before any votes are cast on either side…
Hillary Clinton is 71, and has a number of health issues over the past few years.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Clinton was observed losing balance, falling and slurring speech on more than one occasion.
It was chalked up to the grueling campaign pace and a bout with pneumonia.
However, just ask President Donald Trump how demanding and difficult it is to be president and one can’t help but wonder if Clinton’s health is too frail for the stress.
If she does run, at least half of America will be hoping for a three-peat loss.
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