Fox News contributor pours cold water on Fox’s latest Hillary Clinton Fantasy

Viewers Follow Fox News the past two days may have vanished with the belief that the defeated 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is fully stepping up the race for the 2024 White House.

But finally, on Thursday, that unrealistic bubble got a little aired when Fox News contributor Richard Fowler poured cold water on the fantasy, calling it “ridiculous” and saying that it’s “meaningless.”

Quote a strange thing The Wall Street Journal op-ed written by two pro-Trump political members urging Clinton to run as a “change candidate”, Fox News caused a stir with fanfic that the former secretary of state sought a political comeback in President Joe Biden’s poll numbers are falling.

The column itself, as reviewers note, is difficult to take seriously, largely because of its authors and their motives for writing the work. Doug Schoen, a former Clinton adviser who now serves as a contributor to the far-right Newsmax and in 2016 said he was unable to support Hillary due to James Comey’s letter. He also wrote numerous articles speculating that Clinton might run for president again – something described as “Democrats are worried. ” (Schoen was formerly a Fox News contributor, often branded “Fox News Democrat” for his penchant for appreciating the party agenda while being labeled a Democrat online consultant.) .

Other co-authors, Andrew Stein, is the former president of Manhattan Burough who endorsed Donald Trump in 2016 and publish his endorsement inside The Wall Street Journalof opinion pages. Stein, who has been convicted of tax evasion, wrote a similar op-ed in 2018 stating “Hillary will run again“, stressing that she would “easily win the 2020 nomination.” (Clinton has never come close to the 2020 race, of course.)

And yet — and perhaps unsurprisingly — as of Thursday afternoon, the network had run no less than 19 different segments based on the notion that Clinton – the main focus of the Fox News program and the outrage of right wing for decades — preparing for a 2024 run.

At the same time, several Fox News characters appear to have dropped out of the game.

“A lot of people say why Donald Trump became president, he won’t say it, but it’s a vote against Hillary Clinton.” Fox News host John Roberts said on Wednesday.

“I loved it,” MAGA motivational host Jeanine Pirro later said. “Because I can have a great time!”

During Fox’s second day of continuous coverage of Hillary-watch, Fox News host Harris Faulkner sarcastically reported that “speculations about Hillary Clinton’s possible entry into the White House for a third time ” is “heating up”.

Of course, “steam” is Fox’s repeated coverage of a single speculative opinion. However, Faulkner added: “I can’t even believe we’re saying this.”

After airing a clip from Fox News host Tucker Carlson telling viewers you can’t rule out Clinton running for president again because “she’s not boring,” Faulkner turned to its guests to react. Both men, for very different reasons, turned down a potential Clinton return.

“I can tell you one thing, it’s not going to be a Democrat running for Hillary Clinton,” said former Trump advisory board member Jason Meister. “Actually, not for the reasons I think Tucker said. I think she was radioactive for a very specific reason,” he added, citing her role in funding Steele Dossier.

Faulkner then turned to Fowler, one of the network’s resident liberal experts who had previously worked as a Democratic activist. “Richard, is your party running out of people in politics to run for the White House?” asked the presenter.

“No, we haven’t,” he chuckles. “I read the op-ed that this all started in The Wall Street Journal, by Schoen and Stein, and I think it’s completely absurd and the arguments are completely meaningless. You can’t say Hillary Clinton is the most experienced candidate and a change candidate at the same time.”

Fowler continued: “That’s why I make this argument so little to credit, not to mention the fact that Hillary Clinton is having such a great time writing fiction and I’m pretty good at it. I’m sure she enjoys doing it and doesn’t want to continue. campaign trail. And I’m actually someone in the Democratic Party who has a certificate. “ Fox News contributor pours cold water on Fox’s latest Hillary Clinton Fantasy


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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