Former Clinton advisor predicts ‘great political re-match’ when Hillary runs again, Twitter’s reaction is PRICELESS

To quote Bob Geldof, it is “with a sickening sense of déjà vu” that we report a former Clinton advisor has declared, “Hillary Clinton will run again for president.”

In an article for NewsMax in which he seems more intent on selling copies of his book than informing the public, former Bill Clinton advisor Dick Morris states, “It will be one of the great political re-matches of all time. Hillary Clinton will run again for president in 2024 to stop Donald Trump.”

“In fact,” Morris says, “events are unfolding just as I predicted in my new book ‘The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback.'”

Clearly, this is an advertorial for the book he’s flogging. He mentions it by name no fewer than five times in under 520 words. But Morris’s prediction does come with a few interesting observations.

“Increasingly, Democrats and big media like The New York Times know that Biden can’t run again in 2024,” he writes, adding that Biden supporters are saying some “pretty shocking” things behind the president’s back (but, of course, you’ll have to buy his book to learn what those things are.)

“These insiders know better than most that Biden’s quickly declining mental abilities, coupled with an economy spiraling out of control, means disaster for the Democrats in ’24,” he continues. “Already they are bracing for a GOP tsunami this year, which will sweep Congress giving Republicans control of both the Senate and the House.”

Says Morris, “They fear Trump — and believe they must stop him at all costs.”

Ultimately, Morris states, Biden will “cave” to his party’s pressure and decline to run again, and because Kamala Harris is “also a disaster,” Hillary will enter the race.

“Much like Biden’s surprise entrance in 2020,” he says, “Democrats will see her as their savior, an experienced politician able to bridge the left and more moderate wings of the party.”

“It’s clear to me that Hillary’s recent spate of media interviews, as well as opinion pieces penned by long-time Clinton cronies touting her as Joe Biden’s successor — are a prelude to her announcement she’s running,” Morris writes. “When that happens, we will enter a new phase.”

Well, as soon as the laughter stops.

Because on Twitter, the reactions to a Trump – Clinton reboot are riddled with LOL emojis.

However — and this is a little disturbing — the senior editor over at isn’t laughing at all.

“The Biden White House is a shipwreck,” writes Matt Vespa. “The 2024 Democratic field is thin regarding name recognition and talent.”

“The rest of the crop that ran in 2020 can’t win a national election,” Vespa continues. “Joe is half-dead, while Kamala has special needs. This roster is not set up for future success.”

“Again,” he warns, “watch out for Hillary Clinton, the Democrats’ best and worst option.”

According to Vespa, “American voters are done with dynasties. Many Democrats, especially younger ones, want to turn the page on the Clinton years. Yet, if Trump runs again, they might just bite the bullet and support her one last time.”

There are definite pros and cons to the scenario, hence the “worst and best” reference.

On the upside, says Vespa, “Clinton would win the nomination simply because no other candidate has the endurance.”

On the downside, all those “character questions and issues” will resurface and plague her entire campaign.

“She is a relic of the old guard when the new lefties want fresh blood causing potential turnout issues,” Vespa says. “Still, for all her faults, who the hell is there that’s serious in 2024.”

On Twitter, the response to a possible Clinton do-over was best summed up in a meme:

“In the torture that is the mind of serial criminal Hillary,” commented one user, “she probably figures running again is the best way to stave off investigation, arrest and prison.”

“This demon just won’t go away,” said another.

“There will never be enough money laundering for this one,” quipped a third.

And many called on God to intervene.

But at least one user had a more cautious take on the suggestion of another Trump – Clinton showdown.

“That’s too bad, also not surprising,” the user said. “Looks like everyone wants a replay of 2016. Not sure it’s going to work out the way any of them think it will.”


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