There’s hardly anyone in Washington, or anywhere in the world with an interest in US Politics who doubts Hillary Clinton will be running for President in 2016. Rumors about her run for the office have swirled since she announced her decision to step down as secretary of State early next year.
Even though Hillary Clinton has denied the rumors so far, not many believe it and are still of the opinion she just might stand for the office and be America’s first female President.
However, if that happens, and she does decide to run for the presidency, Newt Gingrich thinks that the Republicans don't have a chance, no matter who they put up against her.
He appeared on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, and said that his own party would be hopelessly outmatched if she runs, saying that it would be "virtually impossible to stop her."
“She is married to the most popular Democrat in the country,” Gingrich said. “They both think it would be good for her to be president. That makes it virtually impossible to stop (her) nomination, I think. But when I thought she was frankly going to be the nominee in '08. And I went all through the spring of '08 thinking she would beat [Barack] Obama.”
It certainly would be good to have her as President, not just because it's about time America had a