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Financial Times: Hillary Clinton rules out running in the 2024 presidential election.

 

Hillary Clinton

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has confirmed that she will not run for the US presidential election in 2024 and said in an interview with the Financial Times: "This is out of the question". She added that "the current US President, Joe Biden, intends to run for the Democratic Party for a new term" and continued: "It would be devastating to compete with Biden," noting that she "does not rule out the participation of Republican Donald Trump in the elections." "Biden intends to run for a second term in the 2024 elections," White House spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre said. An article in the American magazine "Conservative" noted that "Biden is unlikely to be elected for a second term due to old age and health problems". Reports say that former US President Donald Trump confirmed that he will "fight harder" in the race for the White House in 2024 because Hillary Clinton's campaign lawyer was found not guilty of lying to the FBI in a case that has been going on since 2016. Our country has been annihilated. Our borders are bad. And bad elections. The court system is not working properly. Michael Sussman, who is Hillary Clinton's lawyer, was accused of lying to the FBI when he gave them information about Trump and his ties to Russia. On Tuesday, he was found not guilty. During Sussman's trial, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said that Hillary Clinton agreed to the release of unproven information that was later leaked to the media. She did this in secret, claiming that the information was secret and saying that there was a way for the Trump Organization and the Russian Alfa Bank to talk to each other. "Our country is being systematically destroyed." They spied on my campaign. I know that was completely illegal. "What they did was a betrayal and also put our country at great risk with Russia," he said. Trump beat Clinton in 2016 but lost to Joe Biden in 2020, a defeat he refuses to accept, claiming it was caused by electoral fraud. As for Clinton, Trump said: "She should be ashamed of herself and she lost the election." "She should be ashamed of herself and so should [Adam] Schiff and all these corrupt politicians," he said.

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