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    Hillary for vice president? Bloomberg campaign refuses to shoot down ‘speculation’ about Clinton as running mate.

    Mike Bloomberg is considering making Hillary Clinton his running mate, a source close to his campaign has told Drudge Report.

    Polling found the Bloomberg-Clinton combination would be a formidable force to take on Trump in the race for the White House, the source said. 

    Former New York City Mayor and Democratic candidate Bloomberg is said to be considering even changing his official residence from New York to Colorado or Florida - where he also has homes - because the electoral college makes it difficult for US president and vice-president to reside in the same state.

    Drudge added that, as part of the deal, Bloomberg would likely change his residency, since the electoral college math would make it harder for a Presidential and VP candidates from the same state. 

    Under the Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution, which provides the procedure for electing the president and vice-president, it states that the two people could not both inhabit the same state as the elector.     

    Juanita Broaddrick a former nursing home administrator, in 1999, alleged that U.S. President Bill Clinton raped her in April 1978 when he was the Attorney General of Arkansas,  asks if "Mini-Mike has a terminal illness or is this simply a death wish?

    There are numerous unfounded, conspiracy theories on that internet linking Clinton to the untimely deaths of adversaries or people with too much information on her.



    Over at StreetLoc we have been saying that Hillary Clinton will enter the 2020 race ever since the race begun. She's desperate to be president. This is what she's living for,  time is running out and she has to find a way to become president. 

    Enter Hillary Clinton as Mini-Mike's a VP candidate, she will argue, that she's learned from the mistakes that she made in the 2016 election against Trump. "Trump has to be stopped. She got 3 million more votes than Trump, and only lost in those states in the Midwest where she didn't campaign sufficiently.

    Hillary will tell everyone that she is going to campaign in the Midwest and focus on the working-class people, she will go out of her way to expose Trump as a fraud, while claiming that he's been impeached."

    Should they win, many have speculated that Mini-Mike will be removed from office and Hillary will succeed. 

    One way or the other Hillary wants to be president.  

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    ‘She’s Desperate to Be President, It’s What She Lives For’ 

    It would not be surprising if former New York Senator and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a third push for the presidency.

    Two-time failed presidential contender Hillary Clinton is in the news again after refusing to rule out another run in 2020.  Speaking to Variety if she thought she had a shot against Trump, Clinton admitted that she certainly felt “the urge” to run, referring to the results of the 2016 election as an “odd outcome.”

    Hillary Clinton says she feels “the urge” to beat US President Donald Trump in the coming election and pledged to do everything she can to “help elect a Democratic nominee” this year.

    Over at StreetLoc we have been saying that Hillary Clinton will enter the 2020 race ever since the race begun. She's desperate to be president. This is what she's living for,  time is running out and she has to find a way to become president.

    While we have no factual evidence that Hillary Clinton will be running in 2020, we are certain that Hillary Clinton is closely watching internal polling, utilizing her connections to a vast network of funders to closely survey the field of Democratic candidates and digging up dirt, while possibly funding a new round of fake dossiers to be used on anyone running against her.

    We do not believe that it is coincidence that the DNC has just overhauled it’s debate requirements, this was not done to simply open the door for Bloomberg, we believe the DNC is setting the platform for Hillary to enter the race.

    In June 2016, a class action lawsuit was filed against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz for violating the DNC Charter by rigging the Democratic presidential primaries for Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders.

    On August 25, 2017, Federal Judge William Zloch, dismissed the lawsuit after several months of litigation during which DNC attorneys argued that the DNC would be well within their rights to select their own candidate. “In evaluating Plaintiffs’ claims at this stage, the Court assumes their allegations are true—that the DNC and Wasserman Schultz held a palpable bias in favor Clinton and sought to propel her ahead of her Democratic opponent,” the court order dismissing the lawsuit stated. This assumption of a plaintiff’s allegation is the general legal standard in the motion to dismiss stage of any lawsuit. The allegations contained in the complaint must be taken as true unless they are merely conclusory allegations or are invalid on their face.

    The court Conceded that the DNC had the right to rig the primaries against Sanders in 2016.

    Democratic centrists, the establishment Democrats, certainly do not want Bernie Sanders or even Elizabeth Warren to be the nominee.

    Kamala Harris a DNC starlet has dropped out of the race. Joe Biden a favored establishment candidate is not performing well, he has lost his temper on many occasions, forgot his lines, what state he is in and who was president when he was vice-president. The Old man recently admitted that he will need to choose a strong vice-president should he be elected in 2020 as he may not live long enough to serve his full term, his thinking is not very clear.

     Biden is mixed up in the Ukrainian story where the US helped back a coup d'etat that overthrew Viktor Yanukovich in 2014. The Victoria Nuland leaked tape speaking to Geoffrey Pyatt, the American ambassador to Ukraine, Nuland was the secretary of state for Eurasian affairs that they were choosing who the next leader of Ukraine would be before - at least weeks before - Yanukovich was overthrown.

    In that tape, she mentions that Joe Biden 'will glue it together. Joe Biden is going to play a big role.' And indeed, once Yanukovich was overthrown, Obama appointed Biden to be sort of the viceroy of Ukraine.

    Based on this there a very strong possibility that Biden is finished, it was dirt Hillary Clinton campaign had amassed on Biden for her 2016 presidential bid and would have used if Biden had entered the race. Conveniently for Hillary it was used to try and impeach President Trump in 2020 and clear Biden out of her way in 2020.

    That leaves Sanders who will likely win New Hampshire, as Politico reported on Friday, a handful of Democratic National Committee (DNC) members are reportedly exploring the possibility of changing the rules again to “potentially weaken Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign” going into the convention.

    An Emerson poll of Iowa this week found that forty-four per cent of Democrats under fifty support Sanders; ten per cent favor Elizabeth Warren, and no other candidate reached double digits.

    “Nobody likes him,” Hillary Clinton says, of Sanders, in a new documentary just shown at Sundance, which seems true in a certain sense but beside the point. His voters no longer look quite so much like outsiders to the Party. They are beginning to seem like the future base.

    Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren, are not really in the running and more, and in just a few weeks the Democrats will not want to be left with a simple and stark choice between Biden and Sanders.

    Enter Hillary, she will argue, that she's learned from the mistakes that she made in the 2016 election against Trump. "Trump has to be stopped. She got 3 million more votes than Trump, and only lost in those states in the Midwest where she didn't campaign sufficiently.

    Hillary will tell everyone that she is going to campaign in the Midwest and focus on the working-class people, she will go out of her way to expose Trump as a fraud, while claiming that he's been impeached."

    Alternately, Hillary Clinton is looking to set herself up as a VP candidate for some nominee. Should they win, the nominee will be removed from office and Hillary will succeed. One way or the other Hillary wants to be president. 






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    You read it FIRST it on StreetLoc.com

    As Hillary Clinton gears up to announce her 2020 presidential run, her campaign is clearing a path for victory.

    California Rep. Devin Nunes predicted on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" that Joe Biden's campaign is likely coming to an end -- all because of newly resurfaced reports about his possible misconduct in Ukraine that "first originated back when Hillary Clinton was trying to make sure Biden didn’t get in the 2016 race." These have been resurrected, to clear Joe Biden out of Hillary's way.

    The Clinton campaign cleaverly pinned the Biden investigation on President Trump’s so called "solicitation" of the Ukrainian president to interfere in the U.S. political process for Trump’s benefit, claiming it violates the Constitution and federal law—not to mention the public trust. A claim that will be made over and over again as revelations of investigations into Hillary Clinton emerge, after she announces her 2020 bid for president.

    Next it was time to deal with Sen. Elizabeth Warren who had begin surging ahead of Biden as the first choice of 22 percent of voters surveyed, while Biden was the first choice of 20 percent of the voters. Biden held a 9-point lead over Warren in the poll as recently as June.

    Hillary Clinton called in Wall Street's Democratic donors to warn they won't back Sen. Elizabeth Warren if she wins the Democrat party's nomination, and might even support President Donald Trump, according to CNBC.

    "You're in a box because you're a Democrat and you're thinking, 'I want to help the party, but she's going to hurt me, so I'm going to help President Trump,'" a senior private equity executive told CNBC.

    Warren, a vocal critic of big banks, plans to crack down on the financial industry if she becomes president. In response to a CNBC tweet promoting its story, she wrote "wealthy donors don't get to buy this process" and vowed she wouldn't "back down."

    Wrapping it up the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the likely 2020 Democratic nominee for President of the United States, will chose Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts as her running mate. An all-Female Ticket will garner the support from Warrens Socialist base and Clinton's loyal and powerful constituency of female supporters even as she is the farthest, she has been from center stage in American politics in almost three decades.

    Let’s elect Hillary, undo 2016 and shatter the glass ceiling. Onward Together, a all-female ticket.

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    At a time when Democrats are driven by their desire to defeat Donald John Trump, the 45th and current president of the United States, Mrs. Clinton knows the strengths and weaknesses of the crowded primary field more intimately than perhaps anyone. Over the past quarter-century or so, Hillary Clinton has served as a mentor, colleague, supporter or rival to nearly every Democrat running or considering a run. She vetted at least five of the current or possible 2020 candidates as her running mate in 2016, going so far as to print signs for one of them, Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey. And her campaign alumni pepper the upper reaches of numerous 2020 campaigns.

    Hillary Clinton has been meeting with 2020 candidates and telling them one thing: They can count on her to help get the 65 million-plus Americans who voted for her to vote for the Democrat nominee.

    Not everything is as it seems, even as she offers supportive words, Mrs. Clinton has given the impression time and time again that she harbors a strong desire she could still become president. In private conversations, she muses about a realistic opening to a 2020 run for President.

    Mainstream Media claim there has been no actual signs that Mrs. Clinton is pursuing a campaign and her former campaign chairman, John Podesta, has flatly said she is not running. Clinton's own remarks from last fall where she twice said “no” about wanting to run again before adding, “Well, I’d like to be president", paint a different picture.

    The Hillary Clinton Pedigree
    Eight years as first lady, eight years as New York senator, four years as secretary of state and five months as the party’s presidential nominee, Mrs. Clinton remains a singular and complicated figure when it comes to Democratic presidential politics. In a 2020 race featuring a historic number of female candidates, Mrs. Clinton’s shadow is inescapable, particularly as she is a favorite target of President Trump.

    “Let’s elect Hillary and undo 2016” argument will win over 30 to 40 percent in a Democratic primary, while the rest of the crowd beats each other up while fighting among themselves for the remainder. In other words, Hillary Clinton could use a version of the Trump 2016 strategy in the Democratic primary — enjoy total name recognition, dominate the media spotlight and the debates, and just power through the rest of the field by attrition.

    Hillary Clinton and Woman
    Mrs. Clinton is, at once, a glass-ceiling-shattering symbol of women’s empowerment and an emblem of the past. She is both the first woman to lead a major party ticket and the candidate who lost the Electoral College in a defeat that left Democrats stunned and demoralized. She is a party elder but also a politician who will not be nudged out of the arena, here comes a 2020 run. She possesses a loyal and powerful constituency of female supporters even as she is the farthest, she has been from center stage in American politics in almost three decades.

    The Hillary Clinton 2020 Strategy
    At a time when Democrats are driven by their desire to defeat Mr. Trump, Mrs. Clinton knows the strengths and weaknesses of the crowded primary field more intimately than perhaps anyone. Over the past quarter-century or so, she has served as a mentor, colleague, supporter or rival to nearly every Democrat running or considering a run. She vetted at least five of the current or possible 2020 candidates as her running mate in 2016, going so far as to print signs for one of them, Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey. And her campaign alumni pepper the upper reaches of numerous 2020 campaigns.

    In recent months, a parade of ambitious Democrats has held private sessions with Mrs. Clinton, who has counseled them about the unmatched rigors of the campaign trail and hardships of facing Mr. Trump, according to people familiar with the conversations. Beyond Mr. Biden and Ms. Klobuchar, she has spoken with Senator Kamala Harris of California; Mr. Booker; Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts; John Hickenlooper, the former governor of Colorado; and the former housing secretary Julián Castro, among others. She and Mr. McAuliffe speak regularly. Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana is trying to schedule a meeting with her.

    “She knows almost everybody who’s running, and with most of the people she has a close relationship,” said Mr. Hickenlooper, who interviewed to be Mrs. Clinton’s running mate in 2016 and had dinner with her last year, as he prepared for a possible presidential bid. “You talk about divided affections. She’s got it.”

    Not everyone has sought Mrs. Clinton’s advice. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, whose 2016 primary challenge ruptured their relationship after the DNC chose to kick Bernie to the curb in favor of Mrs. Clinton, has not spoken with Mrs. Clinton, or even reached out, despite the imperative to make inroads into her coalition. Beto O’Rourke, the former Texas congressman considering a run, has not spoken with Mrs. Clinton either.

    A notable name not to consult Mrs. Clinton is Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, whose once close relationship with the Clinton's deteriorated after she said President Bill Clinton should have resigned over his sexual relationship with a White House intern.

    Wall Street and Hillary Clinton
    Mrs. Clinton’s deep connections have complicated the political calculations for candidates at a time when her party is acutely aware of not repeating what some Democrats see as her mistakes. And while several candidates and their advisers said they would welcome her endorsement, they acknowledge it could come with political risk, as Mrs. Clinton remains a representation of the party’s old guard.

    “Hillary Clinton is a leading expert in any one of a dozen issues, from politics to policy, and it would be crazy not to try to extract as much of that knowledge as you can in any amount of time you can get from her,” said Matt McKenna, a former Clinton family adviser.

    It’s never entirely clear what Clinton really believes on any subject. But, in the case of Wall Street, she is completely accurate. “It’s important to recognize the vital role that the financial markets play in our economy, and that so many of you are contributing to,” she continued at a Deutsche Bank event. “To function effectively, those markets and the men and women who shape them have to command trust and confidence, because we all rely on the market’s transparency and integrity. So even if it may not be 100 percent true, if the perception is that somehow the game is rigged, that should be a problem for all of us, and we have to be willing to make that absolutely clear. And if there are issues, if there’s wrongdoing, people have to be held accountable and we have to try to deter future bad behavior, because the public trust is at the core of both a free-market economy and a democracy.”

    In other words, Wall Street knows Hillary Clinton and they know her political talk is all hot air to pander to the voters. She will absolutely support Wall Street all the way to her bank account. You will not hear Wall Street Democratic donors warn the DNC: "We’ll sit out, or back Trump, if you nominate Hillary Clinton" like they did with Elizabeth Warren.

    Hillary Clinton - Madam President - Path to victory
    There are two paths to victory for Hillary Clinton: One support a progressive Democrat candidate as a running mate, becoming Vice-President, she can then use the new whistleblower act to impeach the victor and claim her rightful place a president, or she can simply enter the race and run for president in 2020 - Onward Together, Let’s elect Hillary and undo 2016.

    It is strongly believed that Hillary Clinton will announce her run for president in the First week of September 2020 and that she will later pick the progressive Elizabeth Warren as her running mate, by doing so, Hillary offers Wall Street a solid "I have your back" solution in that they do not need to worry about Warren.

    An all-Female Ticket will garner the support of the feminists, gay Hollywood and liberal woman. Progressive Warren brings all the radical Socialists to the party and gives Hillary the chance of shattering the glass ceiling.

    We can look forward to hearing how Donald Trump has failed on every front, after all he failed to find any evidence to support the Hillary email scandal, she has not been locked up. The "Witch Hunt" was an elaborate political lie, Brennan, Clapper and Comey are still Tweeting insults at Trump.


    The Beginning - CBS Sunday Morning, Hillary Clinton

    In the interview with CBS Sunday Morning, Clinton said the things that happened during 2016 campaign that will not happen again, implying that she has cleared the path to run again.

    “Look, there were many funny things that happened in my election that will not happen again,” Clinton said. “And I’m hoping that both the public and press understand the way Trump plays the game.”

    Clinton went on to call President Donald Trump a “illegitimate president” and accusing him of winning by using voter purging and suppression.

    “I believe he understands that the many varying tactics they used – from voter suppression and voter purging to hacking to the false stories – he knows that there were just a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out like it did.”

    Clinton has a full slate of media appearances scheduled for this week.

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    On Wednesday, just days after wrapping up a national speaking tour with husband and former president Bill Clinton, Obama’s secretary of state headed to the first 2020 primary state of New Hampshire to lecture about her decades of experience in world affairs as a career politician. 

    Hillary Clinton is running a non-announced-campaign campaign for president!

    Clinton boasted about her role in brokering the Iran Nuclear Deal to about 900 students and faculty at Dartmouth College in Hanover, and insinuated that President Trump is instigating a confrontation with the country.

    “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.”

    Clinton’s comments follow decades of experience making a lot of mistakes and miscalculations during her tenure as a U.S. senator and secretary of state. Clinton voted for the Iraq War and pushed to overthrow governments friendly to the U.S., such as Egypt, which contributed to the rise of ISIS and increased conflicts in Iraq, Syria and other places.

    She also helped negotiate military intervention in Libya that led to the assassination of Muammar Gaddafi and the country’s ruin at the hands of Islamic militants. There was also the murder of Americans including Ambassador Christopher Stevens on a U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi in 2012, and Clinton’s inability to prevent North Korea from developing nuclear weapons or Russia’s involvement in Ukraine, according to The National Interest.

    But Clinton didn’t discuss her failures at Dartmouth, of course, focusing instead on her favorite topic of conversation: Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

    “The idea that our election is being trifled with, being impacted, and maybe being determined by Putin … that should give us heartburn,” Clinton said.

    The former first lady also cast blame on the “conspiracy fetishizing” that allegedly contributed to her humiliating defeat to President Trump in 2016. She recalled how her campaign help was met with folks who believe Clinton is a murderer when knocking on doors during her last campaign.