New York: Hillary Clinton is expected to formally announce her intention to run for the Presidential elections in 2016.
She will be announcing her campaign for the Democratic party’s Presidential nomination and will be making stops at key early voting states including Lowa and New Hampshire.
It will be Clinton’s second presidential bid after her failed effort in 2008, when Barack Obama won the party’s nomination on his way to becoming president.
On the other hand U.S. President Barack Obama supported Hillary’s candidature saying that she would make an “excellent President.”
Obama said, “She was a formidable candidate in 2008. She was a great supporter of mine in the general election. She was an outstanding secretary of state. She is my friend. I think she would be an excellent president.”
The 67 year old is one of the favourites to win the Democrat’s nomination this time.