Former Clinton adviser says Trump will face Hillary again in 2024, and win

A former Clinton adviser is out with a bold prediction for 2024: Donald Trump will run against Hillary Clinton a second time, and win.

Dick Morris told Newsmax’ National Report that Trump will “handily” defeat his nemesis in a re-match.

Clinton adviser says she runs in 2024

The Clinton 2024 speculation has been driven by an unusually early search for an alternative to President Biden, who is collapsing in the polls as former allies begin acknowledging questions about his fitness. As for Trump, Morris sees the former president securing the nomination without much trouble.

“He’ll be the Republican nominee; he’ll probably get it by acclamation — I don’t think there’ll be a primary — and he will win the election, and his opponent is going to be Hillary Clinton.”

Democrats will push Biden to step down, and they won’t want vice president Kamala Harris to run either, Morris, author of The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback, said.

While Dems are currently sizing up California governor Gavin Newsom and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Morris predicts that the party will eventually acquiesce to nominating Clinton to “save the Democratic party from the left.”

“I think she and Trump will face it off, and I think Trump is going to win handily.”

Are Dems prepared to relive 2016?

In a column promoting his book, Morris predicted that Clinton’s nomination will echo the 2020 Democratic primary, when the establishment anointed Biden to crush a leftist insurgency led by Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

Only this time, the role of Sanders will be played by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Ny.). The key moment will come when Democrats realize that Clinton is the only one who can keep their party united.

“It is clear to me that Hillary’s recent spate of media interviews, as well as opinion pieces penned by long-time Clinton cronies touting her as Joe Biden’s successor — are a prelude to her announcement she’s running,” Morris wrote.

Trump has hinted at running for president again but has yet to formally declare. For her part, Clinton has refused to close the door on a third presidential bid, and in recent weeks she has taken advantage of the fall of Roe v. Wade to push herself back into the spotlight.

It’s obvious that Clinton has never been able to accept losing to Trump in 2016, but are Democrats really ready for the possibility of having to go through that all over again?

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