Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, said she did not intend to run for the presidency again in 2020.
According to the Associated Press, Hillary Clinton said in an interview with News12 television on April 4 that she would not run for office, but would still help her own party and continue to work, speak and defend her beliefs.
Hillary also said she had talked to several Democratic candidates and told them, Dont take anything for granted, despite a long list of problems and promises that we have not fulfilled.
As of March 4, 12 Democratic candidates had officially announced their candidacy, including Bernie Sanders, who lost to Hillary in the Democratic presidential primaries in 2015, according to the Chicago Tribune. In addition, Vice President Joe Biden of the Obama administration is considering joining. In contrast to the slightly crowded list of Democratic candidates, the Republican side, with the exception of Trump, which is seeking re-election, only Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld announced his candidacy.