Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton just stunned the entire Democratic presidential field — and she hasn’t even made an official move.
A surprising new Harvard-Harris poll asked Democratic voters about a hypothetical 2020 primary matchup between Democrat establishment figures.
Hillary is already second in the polling, just one point behind former Vice President Joe Biden.
“Suppose Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, and John Kerry decides to enter the race, who would you support as a candidate for President?” voters were asked.
After months of campaigning and millions spent in advertising, Biden received just 19 percent of Democrats of support.
Hillary was a close second with 18 percent.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., received 13 percent of support. Former Secretary of State John Kerry nabbed just 8 percent. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had 6 percent of support.
The news likely has Biden’s campaign nervous, because Hillary’s late entrance into the 2020 presidential race is not an improbable scenario.
She has repeatedly refused to rule out the idea — and has even started to taunt President Donald Trump openly.
Hillary told PBS News that she wanted a rematch and was confident she could beat President Donald Trump.
“Maybe there does need to be a rematch,” Hillary said. “Obviously, I can beat him again.”
In early October, Trump challenged Hillary to “steal away” the Democratic nomination like she did with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-V.T., in 2016.
Hillary’s response: “Don’t tempt me.”
Don’t tempt me. Do your job.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 8, 2019
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