As American Family News has reported, recent polls do not look good for either Joe Biden or Kamala Harris, with only 36% of Democrats believing the president should run for re-election, though he has already indicated that he intends to do so. And with grave concerns about the vice-president, who remains very unpopular in the polls, there is growing speculation that failed 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton might try again.
"I am hearing more and more whispers in Washington that she could be a viable candidate if the Biden-Harris administration continues to melt down or if President Biden has to admit to a health problem or other various contingencies," reports Gary Bauer, chairman of the Campaign for Working Families (CWF). "So it shows you how weak the Democrat bench is that they've got to go back to the Clinton clan still thinking that they could elect her president."
Bauer admits that Hillary Clinton at least has a base, which is something Joe Biden lacks.
"Hillary Clinton has this group of people, many of them feminists, who want her to be the first woman president of the United States. Go figure," He says. "That's a tremendous asset, and it could lead to her nomination."
However, because of her lack of ideas, he is "very skeptical" about her actually winning the election.