Hillary Clinton’s (72) name kept cropping up in the Democratic primary. Would the failed 2016 candidate want to try again this year? Although she denied the rumors early, they persisted for a long time. The New York Times asked last fall that Clinton was ready to try again. Ultimately, however, she would only get in if Joe Biden (77), who politicized along her line, gave up prematurely.
These gimmicks have been in the media for a few months. Hillary Clinton has been quiet since then. Ex-Vice President Biden has de facto secured his party’s candidacy long ago – he will be officially confirmed at the party congress in August. And Hillary? Now that the dice have been cast, it still intervenes in the US election campaign. And how!
Clinton poisoned Trump over corona crisis
“It would be good for the country if there were a president in this crisis who was based on science and facts and brought America together – and not just someone who played one (president) on television,” said Clinton in a Tuesday Go online with Biden. An attack on Donald Trump (73), who continues to generate excitement with his daily corona press conferences.
Joe Biden had invited the former Secretary of State to go online. The Democrat had to cancel all campaign events due to the Corona crisis and is now concentrating on online resources. Hillary poisoned Trump at the outset, telling Biden that she “couldn’t wait” to move into the White House. “I wish you were President now,” she said, smiling at the camera.
Why Clinton’s support is important to Biden
The reason for Hillary Clinton’s sudden appearance in the US election campaign was actually not Trump’s criticism. It is one of the last political figures of the Democrats who has not yet supported Biden. On Tuesday, Clinton now assured Biden of their “full support”. At that time, the country needed a leader and presidents like Biden, she said.
In recent weeks, the Democrats have been trying to gather the party behind Biden: Bernie Sanders (78) and other previous internal competitors for the presidential bid pledged their support, just like ex-US President Barack Obama (58) or the President of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi (80).
For the Democrats, Clinton’s public statements are an important step for Biden. The party needs the votes of women if it wants to push Trump out of the White House on November 3. With Hillary Clinton support, this population group has apparently come closer.
The presidential election will be held in the United States on November 3, 2020. Acting President Donald Trump is aiming for a second term. The Democratic candidate field is also bigger than ever and it will be exciting. All information about the elections and candidates is always available in the news ticker and on the US election page by LOOK.