Hillary Clinton — whom former aides predict will again run for president in 2020 — still needs help down the stairs.
The failed presidential candidate — who was dressed like a Star Wars character — gave a short set of remarks to “Community Matters” on Monday and upon their conclusion, needed assistance going down five steps.
A woman stood to Clinton’s right, should she need additional help.
Clinton’s remarks lasted about six minutes.
In August, the Clintons were in Detroit for Aretha Franklin’s funeral, and after viewing the open casket, the two made their way to different parts of the stage.
As Hillary approached the stairs, two people grabbed each of her arms to help her ascend the handful of steps.
Earlier this year, Clinton wasn’t as successful on a staircase.
While visiting Jahaz Mahal in Dhar’s Mandu in March, Clinton was attempting to descend about 15 stairs.
She was holding the arm of an aide.
With Huma Abedin following behind, Clinton slipped about halfway down the descent, nearly tumbling down.
A man walking in front of her jumped to grab her as she reached for him.
Despite both men helping her get to the bottom of the stairs, she slipped again, nearly doing the splits.
Huma stopped to watch as Clinton attempted to regain her balance.
Hillary kicked off her sandals to get to the bottom of the stairs.
No one seemed alarmed by the startling display.
Former Clinton pollster Mark Penn predicts Clinton will again run for the presidency in 2020.
Via the Wall Street Journal:
Get ready for Hillary Clinton 4.0. More than 30 years in the making, this new version of Mrs. Clinton, when she runs for president in 2020, will come full circle—back to the universal-health-care-promoting progressive firebrand of 1994. True to her name, Mrs. Clinton will fight this out until the last dog dies. She won’t let a little thing like two stunning defeats stand in the way of her claim to the White House.
Penn and Andrew Stein predict Hillary “will easily capture the 2020 nomination.”
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