(ConservativePeak.com)- Hillary Clinton just won’t go away. After several failed presidential runs, the former first lady is now launching a new podcast. It’s a move not dissimilar to former first lady Michelle Obama, who recently published her own podcast in which she interviews celebrities and discusses her life in the White House.
Clinton will debut her new podcast on September 29 – the same day at the first debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden – and will give her thoughts on the state of the race.
“You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton,” will be produced by iHeartMedia and among the first guests on the show are Stacey Abrams – the woman who desperately wanted to be Joe Biden’s running mate – along with feminist Gloria Steinem and fashion designer Tan France.
Are you excited? No, me neither.
In a statement, the failed presidential candidate said she is “excited to bring these eye-opening, powerful, sometimes hilarious conversations to the forefront and open up new avenues of discussion with some of the people I find most fascinating.”
Let’s be honest, a podcast with Hillary Clinton isn’t going to open up discussions that aren’t already happening.
“This podcast is a chance to talk about subjects that are too often overlooked and share the inspiration and education I’ve gotten from my guests,” she added.
What are we meant to learn from a fashion designer who hosts “Queer Eye” and a famous feminist?
Conal Byrne, the president of the iHeartPodcast Network, said they are “delighted to partner” with Clinton on the podcast and that they believe she will “provide listeners with an astute, nuanced look at what’s happening in the world right now.”
The fact that the podcast is being launched in the final two months of the presidential election campaign won’t go unnoticed. Hillary Clinton has been vocal in her opposition to the Trump presidency for years, and the podcast will give her an opportunity to have her say on the race and what she thinks American voters should do.
Clinton is expected to talk about “pressing political issues of our time” and will reportedly “tackle the subjects on so many people’s minds, including topics like faith, resilience, and grief.”