Hillary Clinton wants to make a last-minute entry into the 2020 presidential race after reports published.
But Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, is in recent remarks.
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Clinton in recent weeks has privately stated she would enter the 2020 presidential race if she were certain she could, The New York Times reported Tuesday. The story, titled "Anxious Democratic Establishment Asks, Is There Anybody Else?", Said about a half-dozen Democratic donors gathered in New York City questioned whether former front-runner Joe Biden could stand up against Trump, citing Biden's lackluster debate performance in Ohio last week.
hey also raised concerns about Biden's fundraising struggles and his need to defend his family's business dealings in Ukraine amid the ongoing Trump impeachment inquiry.
They also said Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders were likely
Meanwhile, The Washington Post, citing unnamed sources, reported that Clinton was considering a 2020 rematch against Trump after the State Department concluded that there was "no persuasive evidence of systemic, deliberate mishandling of classified information "regarding Clinton's use of a private email server while serving as a secretary of state.
The same State
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CLICK HERE FOR THE ALL-NEW FOXBUSINESS.COM  Clinton's Supporters within the Democratic Establishment have thus passed around an op-ed earlier this month in the San Francisco Chronicle former Mayor Willie Brown titled: "Who should run against Trump? How about Hillary Clinton? "The Washington Post reported.
Both the Post and the Times reported that Clinton was not the only possible last-minute candidate on Democrats' minds. New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, Disney chief executive Bob Iger, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and former first lady Michelle Obama.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.