If you thought you’d seen the last of the Clintons after Hillary’s humiliating defeat, you thought wrong.
It looks as if “they’re baaaacccck.”
Clinton daughter Chelsea is now making waves, saying she can’t rule out a political run.
Here we go again!
From Washington Examiner
Chelsea Clinton is open to a career in politics like her parents before her.
“For me it’s a definite no now, but it’s a definite maybe in the future because who knows what the future is going to bring?” Clinton said during an appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival when asked about the prospect of a run for public office, according to the Press Association.
Clinton, who works with former President Bill Clinton and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the family’s humanitarian foundation, is in the United Kingdom to promote her children’s book, “She Persisted.”
Making a decision to embark in a campaign would be guided by whether it was the right time and opportunity, she told the crowd.
“At [the] federal level, as much as I abhor so much of what President Trump is doing, I have a great amount of gratitude for what my congresswoman and my senators are doing to try to stop him at every point,’ Clinton said, referring to her home state of New York’s congressional delegation.
“While I disagree with the president, other offices that I could run for I think my family … is being really well represented,” she continued. “But if that were to change, if my city councilor were to retire, if my congresswoman were to retire, my senators, and I thought that I could make a positive impact, then I think I would really have to ask my answer to that question.”
Clinton also condemned the separation of illegal immigrant minors from their parents or guardians at the U.S. border that took place under the Trump administration’s hardline immigration policy as “the greatest sin of the moment in our country.”
But Clinton said she was “incredibly protective” of President Trump’s youngest son Barron Trump, particularly because the 12-year-old is the same age she was when she moved into the White House in 1993 for her father’s first term as president.