Clinton Rules Out 2020 Presidential Run

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WASHINGTON – Former Senator and First Lady Hillary Clinton ruled out a third campaign for president during an interview with a New York City television station Monday.

Clinton also blasted President Donald Trump during the interview and cautioned Democrats planning to run against him not to take anything for granted.

Clinton received 232 electoral votes in 2016, losing to Trump, who garnered 306 electoral votes. To win, a candidate must receive 270 or more electoral votes.



While she is not running, Clinton said she will continue to fight for what she believes.

“I’m going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for what I believe.”

She said she is deeply troubled by the state of the nation.



Clinton said that when talking with Democrat hopefuls she urges them to take nothing for granted and said
“we have a long list of real problems and broken promises” from the Trump administration.

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