Will You Vote For Hillary in 2024? California Responds

With growing speculation of a Hillary Clinton run for president in 2024, Daily Caller traveled to the most likely state to vote for her to see how they would respond.

“Would you vote for Hillary Clinton in 2024?” the reporter asked several people along Venice Beach.

“Probably not,” one person said.

“No, of course not,” another said.

Several didn’t even speak English or were not citizens who could vote in the U.S.

“Are you guys excited about Hillary Clinton coming back?” the reporter asked three men walking near the beach.

The answer? Simply laughter and lots of no responses.

He did get one “probably.”

Unless something changes, it looks like Hillary doesn’t have much support from one of the states most likely to support her.

The question is whether she’ll actually do it. It’s not a good sign when the leader of the Democrats, and the vice president, are doing so poorly that some are considering bringing back someone who has already lost two presidential elections.

But anything could happen, including a sequel to the 2016 Clinton versus Trump matchup that motivated voters to show up in surprisingly high numbers in support of Trump, who then had never been in political office.

Should we expect the same the next time? It could be fun to find out, so watch the video to see where some in California stand on the issue.


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