Vice President Mike Pence is one of the most popular members of the Trump administration.
But Pence’s fate is also up in the air in 2020.
And Mike Pence couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw who would take his job.
Hillary Clinton will not go away.
The former two-time failed Presidential candidate continues to make her presence felt on the campaign trail.
Clinton’s picked fights with Democrat Presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard and Bernie Sanders.
Hillary also teases fake news reporters by claiming to disavow any interest in entering the 2020 race, but will never issue a “General Sherman-esque” statement of rejecting any suggestion that Clinton could become a candidate.
As Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign is imploding before the eyes of voters, many elite Democrats are nervous about the party’s 2020 prospects.
Radical homosexual activist and TV host Ellen DeGeneres quizzed Clinton about her interest in 2020.
DeGeneres floated the idea of Clinton accepting the role as Vice Presidential running mate with the eventual nominee.
Clinton played to the script and claimed she had no interest in running on the Democrat ticket as the Vice Presidential nominee.
But Clinton also left the door open a crack by declaring “never say never.”
Look, it’s like when Barack Obama asked me to be secretary of state. I was shocked. I had no idea he was going to ask me, and I turned him down twice. He said, “I need, you know, look, the economy is in freefall. It’s a catastrophe. I’ve got to focus on that. We’ve got problems around the world. You go focus on that.”
I said, “No, no, I’m happy where I am. You get somebody else. I’m sure there’s good people around.” And the second time I said, “No, Mr. President-elect, I’m not gonna do it,” he said, “I’m not calling you again until you say yes.” And so I’ll tell you, I started thinking about it, and I thought if I’d won, and I’d wanted to ask him to do something, I would have wanted him to do that for me.
So I never say never because I do believe in serving my country, but it’s not going to happen.
The current trajectory of the Democrat Presidential primary raises the distinct possibility that no candidate will enter the national convention in Milwaukee this summer having the requisite number of delegates to clinch the nomination on the first ballot.
That means Democrats could stage the first party nominating convention since 1968 – where riots broke out at the Democrat convention in Chicago- where the delegates decide the Presidential ticket in a floor fight.
If Democrats must arrive at a consensus to choose their Presidential and Vice Presidential nominees, the party could turn to new faces that were not rejected by the voters during the primary season.
And Hillary Clinton – because of her ability to construct a fundraising juggernaut in a short period of time – could be one of the names Democrats turn to in their hour of desperation.
American Patriot Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in the 2020 Presidential election.