Hillary Clinton Won’t Run In 2024

(FreedomBeacon.com)- The former secretary of state and candidate for president in 2016, Hillary Clinton, has made the big announcement that she is not running for president in 2024, ending any possibility of a rematch between her and the Donald Trump, according to Just the News.

In an interview with the Financial Times, Hillary reportedly talked about the 2024 election, saying that President Joe Biden intends to run for re-election and challenging that would be “disruptive.”

In a typical Democratic chime, Clinton said that democracy was at stake in the next election and Trump might run again if it’s financially beneficial for him.

“Follow the money with Trump—he’s raised about $130 million sitting in his bank account that he used to travel around, to fund organizing against elections,” she said.

The septuagenarian said that winning was the most important thing and suggested Democrats focus on issues that “help you win,” as opposed to issues that are only a concern to a few.

“Some positions are so extreme on both the right and the left that they retreat to their corners…Politics should be the art of addition not subtraction,” she said.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre recently announced Biden’s plan to run in 2024, sparking a wave of Democrats to advocate against such a move.

Far left squad member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was awkwardly laughed when asked whether she would support the president if he ran again. Interviewed by CNN’s Dana Bash, the squad member could only muster out that she’d “take a look at it,” when the time comes.

Former Obama White House adviser, David Axelrod, brought concerns about Biden’s age when he’d near the end of his second term, saying that the presidency might not be suitable for the president because it is a taxing job and that, if Biden were to win a second term, he’d be closer to 90 rather than 80.

Another Democrat, DNC member Steve Simeonidis told the Times that Biden “should announce his intent not to seek re-election in ’24 right after the midterms,” citing his concern that the country is not on the right track.