If you thought this week could not possibly turn out more wins for conservatives, think again! According to a new poll, the Democrats' best hopes for 2020 includes twice-failed candidate Hillary Clinton.
According to The Hill, former Vice President Joe Biden took the top spot in a Harvard CAPS/Harris poll from this month, with 32% of the vote. But, there she was: Hillary was named the Democrats' second best option, with 18%.
And from there it was another familiar name: Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders, who lost to Hillary during the primary and is now 76 years old, came in third, with 16%.
The only other Democrat garnering double digits in the poll was Massachusets Senator Elizabeth Warren, known on the right as "Fauxcahontas," taking 10%. Warren has been plagued with mockery for allegedly faking Native American ancestry to advance her career at Harvard. Oh, and she happens to have even less charisma than Hillary.