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Clinton Curse Returns as Bloomberg Hints at Hillary for VP

Or is this all a ploy to gauge the public opinion on Hillary Clinton in general?

The Democratic Party may have thought that they were out of the woods, and that their 2020 fate would lie in their own hands.

Not so fast says Hillary Clinton, as she once again looks to inject herself directly into the Democratic Party’s otherwise well-laid plans for the coming election.

Mike Bloomberg could team up with Hillary Clinton to try to take down President Trump in November — by making her his running mate.

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Bloomberg’s internal polling has found the combo “would be a formidable force,” campaign sources told the Drudge Report Saturday.

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Clinton, who lost her 2016 White House bid to Trump despite winning the popular vote, said last week that she would “probably” not accept an offer to run as another Democrat’s veep.

“I never say never because I believe in serving my country,” she told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. “But it’s never going to happen.”

We must remember, however, that politics is a game of perception, and that these rumors may be flying solely for the purpose of gauging the public interest is having Hillary on a ticket…any ticket.

By releasing such a salacious bit of gossip, the Clinton team can then monitor Twitter and other social media platforms for signs of support or disdain regarding Clinton, whose behavior during the 2016 election has given her an unfortunate reputation among Democratic voters.

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