Hillary Clinton’s 2024 announcement just changed the entire election

Joe Biden is looking worse every single day. And Clinton hasn’t forgotten about 2016.

Now Hillary Clinton’s 2024 announcement just changed the entire election.

Just when you thought you were rid of her, Hillary Clinton comes right back into the spotlight.

Democrats are reportedly bringing in Hillary Clinton to aid President Biden in his re-election campaign in 2024.

According to NBC News, the former secretary of state held a fundraiser for Biden last month at her Georgetown home, raising about $1 million.

Her appeal to women and important members of the Democratic base are seen as positives for Biden as he strives to broaden his voter outreach.

Clinton’s engagement in Biden’s re-election campaign will rise as the 2024 presidential election approaches.

As reported by Fox News’ Charlie Hurt, every time it appears that Hillary Clinton has vanished, she reappears.

“I think Joe Biden’s going to need more than a[n] ‘I’m with her T-shirt’ with all of his political problems,” he said on The Big Weekend Show.

“But, you know you are in deep, deep trouble if you are picking up the bat phone and calling Hillary Clinton to come help you out,” he said.

“And I think it was sort of interesting that their thinking is that he needs help among women voters. If you need help among women voters, and you’re a Democrat, and you’re running against Donald Trump, you should just quit because it’s over.”

Co-host Alicia Acuna stated that the Clintons are recognized for showing up and doing whatever they can to help.

“In terms of her popularity, that’s a big question and it could be a big risk. It just depends on where she shows up, when she shows up and what she has to say, because she and Biden don’t exactly have a cozy relationship,” she noted.

“They were pretty competitive.”

In a Wall Street Journal poll published over the weekend, President Biden trailed former President Trump by four points.

Fifty-three percent of voters said Biden’s policies had harmed them, and two-thirds said the economy was poor or not good.

According to Michael Bocian, a Democratic pollster who co-conducted the WSJ poll with Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio, Biden falls short in crucial voting groups.

“They [voters] are feeling economically stressed and challenged right now,” Bocian told the Journal.

“And they are not showing enthusiasm in the way they were turning out in 2020, 2022.”

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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