Columbia University has hired Hillary Clinton as a faculty member.
According to the Daily Wire, during the next school year, Clinton will begin engaging with students and work on “various major initiatives” with the university. Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs will have her as a professor of practice, and Columbia World Projects will have her as a presidential fellow.
Recently, Clinton was in the spotlight for her Apple TV series ‘Gusty,’ in which she and her daughter Chelsea hosted.
Meanwhile, it has been suggested that Clinton may run for the Oval Office a third time if Joe Biden does not run for re-election. She could position herself as a “moderate candidate,” according to Dick Morris, a former adviser to Bill Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s recent accepted offer from Columbia University to join its faculty signals that she has accepted her fate that she will never be President. After having come so close in the 2016 election, many believed Clinton would somehow ascend to the highest office of the United States in the future. Nevertheless, it appears that Clinton has accepted defeat and will now embark on a career as a failed candidate for President rather than living out her dream to hold the highest office in the nation. By joining Columbia University’s faculty, it is clear Hillary is ready to move on from her dashed ambitions and just settle for now.