Bill Clinton sent the clearest signal yet that Hillary Clinton is planning to run for President

Rumors keep heating up that Hillary Clinton wants to run for President in 2024.

Those are now reaching a fever pitch.

And Bill Clinton sent the clearest signal yet that Hillary Clinton is planning to run for President.

Bill Clinton announced the return of the Clinton Global Initiative this coming September.

Clinton claimed the pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine made now the perfect time to resurrect what critics lambasted as a foreign influence peddling operation.

“Cooperation and coordination has never been more urgent than it is now,” Clinton wrote announcing the move. “The COVID-19 pandemic has ripped the cover off of longstanding inequities and vulnerabilities across our global community. The existential threat of climate change grows every day.”

“Democracy is under assault around the world, most glaringly in Ukraine where Russia has launched an unjustified and unprovoked invasion that has put millions of lives in grave danger,” Clinton added. “The number of displaced people and refugees worldwide is higher than it has ever been—more than one in 95 of all people alive on the planet today has been forced to flee their home—and rising.”

The Clinton Global Initiative – which is a subset of the Clinton Foundation – bills itself as a hub for stakeholders to gather and workshop ideas and plans to solve challenges around the planet.

“Rather than directly implementing projects, CGI facilitates action by helping members connect, collaborate, and develop Commitments to Action — new, specific, and measurable plans that address global challenges,” the Clinton Global Initiative states.

But like most Democrats, Clinton refused to let go of some of the pandemic era panic porn and restrictions, saying the event will “look different.”

“Just like the world we’re living in, the September meeting will likely look different than the ones we held before. But what will not be different is the spirit that has driven CGI from the very beginning—the idea that we can accomplish more together than we can apart,” Clinton wrote.

When Hillary Clinton ran for President in 2016, questions about foreign donations into the Clinton Foundation hung over her campaign, as it looked to a lot of Americans that foreign governments were only donating money to the foundation to buy influence with a potential Clinton administration.

The questions were so serious that Clinton even shutdown the CGI in 2016.

It’s been dormant ever since.

But with Hillary Clinton on the road to a political comeback, the Clinton’s apparently believe now is the time to capitalize and restart the CGI.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.