Hillary Clinton has said she is “under colossal weight” to challenge US President Donald Trump in one year from now’s White House political race.
The previous Democratic presidential candidate would not preclude it, telling the BBC: “Never state never.”
Mrs Clinton, 72, said she thinks “constantly” about what sort of president she would have been on the off chance that she had beaten Mr Trump in 2016.
Seventeen Democrats are now competing to lead the gathering in 2020.
Addressing BBC Radio 5 Live’s Emma Barnett while in the UK on a book visit, Mrs Clinton was asked whether she would run once more.
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The previous secretary of state, New York congressperson and US first woman answered: “I ponder what sort of president I would have been and what I would have done any other way and what I figure it would have intended to our nation and the world.
“So obviously I consider it, I consider it constantly. Having the option to do that, and look, whoever wins next time will have a major errand attempting to fix everything that has been broken.”
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Gone ahead whether she would give it a shot ultimately, Mrs Clinton stated: “I, as I state, never, never, never state never.