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Establishment Dem Donors Muse About Late Clinton 2020 Entry


Added 10-22-19 10:04:02am EST - “High-dollar donors also mused whether power players like Michelle Obama or Michael Bloomberg could be convinced to throw their hat into the primary.” - Nationalreview.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nationalreview.com: “Establishment Dem Donors Muse About Late Clinton 2020 Entry | National Review”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Establishment Democratic donors have been mulling what a late presidential bid by Hillary Clinton would mean for the 2020 race.

At a recent dinner in Manhattan’s Whitby Hotel, several high-dollar donors also mused about whether power players like Michelle Obama or former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg could be convinced to throw their hat into the crowded Democratic primary, the New York Times reported Tuesday.

Clinton and Bloomberg have both reportedly expressed privately that they would enter the race if they thought they would be successful, but doubted such an opening would arise. Former Attorney General Eric Holder, former Secretary of State John Kerry, former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick, and Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio have also contemplated jumping in but are unlikely to do so at this point.

“There’s more anxiety than ever,” said Brown’s wife, nationally syndicated columnist Connie Schultz. “We’re both getting the calls. I’ve been surprised by some who’ve called me.”

The nervousness comes amid Democratic donors’ frustration with the current array of candidates and increasing doubts that any are suitable individually as the party’s nominee.

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