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Hillary Finally Chimes In on Whether or Not She'd Be a 2020 Dems' VP

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A few days ago, the Drudge Report claimed to have exclusive information from sources close to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. According to the sources, Bloomberg was considering former secretary of state and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as his running mate. 

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Clinton put the rumors to rest on Tuesday during a visit to the nonprofit health center Mujeres Ayudando Madres, located in the tourist center of Isla Verde, Puerto Rico. Hillary said she would not consider being Bloomberg's vice president.

"Oh no! I'm just waiting and watching as this plays out. I will support whoever the nominee is because I think that for all the reasons you can imagine, and here in Puerto Rico there are many, we need to have a new president for our country," the former secretary of state explained. "And for all the American citizens, including the ones who live right here in Puerto Rico, and I want to see Puerto Rican American citizens be able to vote for our president."

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It's still early in the year. Things could change between now and November. We know that Hillary Clinton has a big ego. She's tried to run for president and failed... twice. The only likelihood that she would be commander in chief would be if she was vice president and some sort of tragedy happened and took out the president. Voters have repeatedly rejected Clinton and all of the skeletons in her closet. But hey, if she runs with Bloomberg, things could get rather interesting.

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