Hillary Clinton has been keeping a low profile since her lost fight for the White House, it seems she plans to return to the limelight in 2017. Clinton is reportedly considering launching a TV talk show which, if popular, may be the platform for another White House run. A source close to Hillary has reportedly told New York Times best selling author Ed Klein that Clinton informed a group of her close confidants of her plans to return to the public eye as the host of her own talk show.
The show would have a political focus and prospectively pave the way for Clinton’s next presidential bid in 2020. Clinton apparently introduced the idea to her circle of friends at a dinner at Whitehaven, her home in Washington DC, beginning the announcement with the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger line: “I’ll be back.”
“As a TV host, she’d discuss the issues of the day from a progressive point of view, have top guests, interview world leaders and progressive thinkers” said the source close to Clinton.
Clinton believes that the show would achieve tremendous success given the current political climate, according to Klein’s blog. She hopes that a TV show would capitalise on and galvanise the dynamic, potent hostility towards President Trump which exists in the Democratic community. It seems that ultimately, Hillary Clinton’s political ambitions are still alive. “She’s utterly determined not to fade into the background. She intends to stay in the limelight and keep fighting the good fight.”
She would be 73 years old if she were to challenge President Donald Trump – again . It’s unclear where a Hillary Clinton show would air, or when. Clinton representatives have yet to comment on the claim or confirm the alleged insider’s statements. While the reports are unconfirmed, it’s not the first report Clinton plans to stay in politics.