Draper saidI don't think she'll get the nomination. Since she last ran she's accumulated too much baggage. If by some slim chance she should win the nomination, the next president will be a Republican.
What baggage? I guess you failed to notice her approval rating just as she left her position as Secretary of State.
Let's not forget that Democrats have the upper hand when it comes to getting the 270 required electoral votes. There was an article I recently read that pointed out that Democrats have a solid 91% of those votes.
Even with all the "baggage" that Conservatives claimed would hurt President Obama's re-election chances, he still came out on top—winning the popular vote and the electoral vote by a margin close to that of his 2008 win. With the exception of North Carolina, Obama won the swing states, despite the alleged baggage.
And you think with Hilary Clinton's high approval rating that the Benghazi incident, which is only on the mind of Conservatives, is supposed to hinder her chance?