'They're Whacking a Classic': AMC Slaps Woke Trigger Warnings for Certain Films
Ocasio-Cortez Has a Meltdown Over Trump's South Bronx Rally
An MSNBC Host Actually Said This to Explain How We're All Too Dumb...
Here's Why the Chinese Military Surrounded Taiwan on Thursday
Pentagon, White House Have Different Accounts of How Aid Delivery Off Floating Pier...
Here's Who Just Entered the Race for Senate GOP Leader
'Outrageous': Bolton Rips New Hit Piece Against Alito Over a Flag
American Desecration
Poll: Would Kamala Harris Be Stronger Than Biden Against Trump?
Is New Hampshire Another State in Play?
'International Organization With No Real Legitimacy': Support for Chip Roy's Bill Sanction...
A Clinic Provided a Washington School District With a ‘Transgender Survey’ for Students
Rashida Tlaib Paid Anti-Israel Consultant Tied to Terrorist-Linked Groups
Another State Banned So-Called 'Transition Care' for Minors
Uh Oh: Whistleblower Documents Suggest Hunter Biden Repeatedly Lied Under Oath
Tipsheet

Bill Clinton Reportedly Upset Biden Might Crush His Dreams of Reoccupying The White House

Hold onto your seats everyone, things are about to get interesting. 

Rumblings of a Joe Biden presidential run continue to get louder and despite the claims of James Carville, some Democrats and the Clinton campaign are starting to panic. 

Advertisement

Just days ago, Hillary Clinton cut her vacation short in order to get back onto the campaign trail. Her return came shortly after Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, a darling of the left who many wish were running for president instead of Hillary, met with Biden in Washington D.C. for lunch. Warren's non-commitment to another Senate run is also making the Clinton camp extremely nervous because it's an indication Biden may choose Warren as his VP nominee. 

But it appears Hillary Clinton isn't the only part of the Clinton equation upset about a possible (and probable) Biden run. Former President Bill Clinton seems to be concerned a Biden run could destroy his chances of reoccupying the White House. From POLITICO

Clinton’s camp, hands full with the email controversy and a surprisingly stout challenge from independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, isn’t in a patient mood. Bill Clinton, according to a person who has spoken with the former president in the past couple of weeks, is “very agitated” by the possibility of a Biden candidacy and incensed at the press hype around a possible bid.
Advertisement

If Biden does in fact get into the race, there's no doubt President Obama will not only endorse him over Hillary, but will offer the resources and infrastructure that got him elected in 2008 and 2012 as additional support.

The longtime feud between the Obamas and Clintons is far from over.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement