What Did She Mean by This? Hillary Clinton Gives Bizarre Answer When Asked if She Will Run For President in 2020 (VIDEO)

What did she mean by this?

Crooked Hillary Clinton a few days ago was asked if she was going to run for president…again during an interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin at the New York Times’ “DealBook” conference.

Rather than giving a straight answer, Hillary played coy and gave a bizarre answer — she thinks she is funny, but she isn’t.

“What would it take you to run?” Andrew Ross Sorkin asked Hillary.

“I’m sorry? To run? You know, I’ve always been a very, very slow runner and um I’m embarrassingly slow — I’ve tried to run races and I’m so far behind that I start to walk, acting like that’s what the plan was all the time so I don’t know that I’m going to take up competitive running right now…but I think you’re asking about something else,” Hillary said.

“Well there’s been some teasing and some hinting that maybe you’re sitting in the wings here waiting for some moment,” Sorkin said.

Hillary Clinton went on to whine about the 2016 election and claimed she would have made a great president.



Bill Clinton fueled rumors of a Hillary 2020 White House run when he said last month while pointing at Hillary, “She may or not ever run for anything, but I can’t legally run for President again.”

Hillary Clinton’s former aide Philippe Reines recently told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that Hillary is leaving the door open for a 2020 run.

“She ran for president because she thought she would be the best president,” Reines said. “If she still thought that now, if she thought she had the best odds of beating Donald Trump, I think she would think about it long and hard.”

Tucker Carlson asked Reines, “She hasn’t foreclosed the possibility?”

“No, she has not” Reines said.

Hillary also teased a 2020 run recently when she tweeted to Trump, “Don’t tempt me. Do your job” in response to Trump’s taunt.

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