Due to the sinking approval of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ low popularity, it seems that 2020 will be a very empty year for Democrats. 

In an opinion piece published Wednesday, Joe Concha, a political commentator, explained that it’s the ideal opportunity for Hillary Clinton (74) to make a comeback. 

Concha said that Hillary Clinton believed the title of First Female President was her birthright.

“And considering how depressing the Democratic field with Joe Biden or not, she might just get another chance to win the office that her husband made so well-known.”

Political pundits, election observers and political experts were shocked by Clinton’s shocking defeat in the 2016 election.

Clinton is a former First Lady and US Senator from New York, as well as Secretary of State. Her credentials make her one of history’s most experienced White House candidates.

There are many reasons for Clinton’s loss.

Hillary Clinton could be setting the stage for a comeback, The Hill columnist Joe Concha predicts

Joe Concha from The Hill predicts Hillary Clinton might be setting the tone for a comeback.

Biden would be 82 if he was elected president in 2024, beating his own previously held record for the oldest person sworn in to the White House

Biden will be 82 years old if elected President in 2024. He would surpass his previously established record for the oldest person to have been sworn into the White House.

She claimed that Comey still has to answer for her statements, as she said this Sunday amid several new interviews.

Clinton stated that if it weren’t for Jim Comey’s stunt 10 days prior to the election, he would have won.

Clinton, however, has been absent from the political scene for over five years, and it seems that Democrats don’t have any rising stars for next year’s presidential election.

Concha said that the Democratic bench “is about as deep than the New York Jets” these days. ‘Andrew Cuomo? Disgraced and no longer governor Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.)? To avoid losing in deep-blue California at a recall election this year, he had to invest significant time and resources.

“Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg?” Not even 40 years old, and he has a supply chain crisis on his résumé. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)? Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)? Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.)?’ 

Republicans are, however, focused on Trump. Numerous polls of Republican voters also showed that Trump is the most desired candidate for 2024. Although Mike Pence, the ex-Vice President of Mike and Ron DeSantis are potential options, they don’t have as many voters as former President.

Clinton declared on Sunday that Clinton would “bet on” her rival’s 2024 return.

But Harris and Biden's sinking approval numbers are signs that Democrats may not have a candidate ready for 2024

Yet, Harris and Biden’s declining approval ratings indicate that Democrats don’t have a candidate in 2024.

While calling for action, she kept her future plans vague. ‘Are you going to succumb to all the lies and disinformation and organized efforts to undermine our rule law and institutions? Or are you going to fight it?” 

Biden has indicated that he intends to seek a second term for at least the moment, though he’d be well into his 80s when it began.  

Harris’ historic appointment as his vice-president was based on the assumption that she would be taking over the Democratic presidency when he retires. But her deeply unpopularity combined with negative headlines has weakened her prospects of running for the Democratic nomination.

FiveThirtyEight’s most recent polls show that Biden is currently at roughly half the disapproval level and has only 43.3 per cent approval rating. That’s close to what he had during his presidency.

Harris is close to bidding with Biden in terms of voter disapproval, however 41.3 percent more people approve of Harris’ job as vice-president.

A recent poll found that Trump and Biden are also in near-death heat for a possible 2024 rematch. However, Trump’s policies prevail.  

Biden and Trump would be in a near-tie in a 2024 rematch, a recent poll found

A recent poll revealed that Trump and Biden would tie in 2024, with Trump in third.

A Wall Street Journal poll shows that Trump leads Biden by only one percentage point. That’s a split of the candidates at 46% to 45%. This survey has a margin of error of 2.5 percent, which is significantly more than the gap in real life.

But 48 percent of respondents to the poll said they preferred Trump’s policies to Biden’s, while 46 percent said the opposite. 

Concha also mentions an interview Clinton conducted last week to promote her Masterclass, during which Clinton cried as she read parts of what would have been the 2016 election victory speech.

If she had read such a speech, it would have made her laugh in an unbiased world. The political insider said that this was more of a “trial balloon” to test the market for Clinton’s brand.