Will Hillary Clinton make a comeback?

Some are speculating she may run for Mayor of New York City.

But how many New Yorkers responded may surprise you.

New York City is the home base for coastal liberalism.

Hillary Clinton trounced Donald Trump there, winning 79 percent of the vote.

So in the wake of her defeat, rumors began to swirl that she was interested in running for Mayor as a launching pad for a comeback.

Some Clinton insiders even claimed it was a toss-up decision.

The New York Post reports:

“Hillary Clinton is seriously considering a run for New York mayor, according to a major city political insider, who claims she’s “50-50.”

Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis said he talked to the failed Democratic presidential nominee, and came away convinced she may try to resurrect her political career by challenging Mayor Bill de Blasio this year.

“I spoke to her about it, but she didn’t indicate or signal to me [whether she would run]. She didn’t say never, she didn’t say no. In my personal opinion, it’s 50-50,” the billionaire owner of Gristedes Foods told The Real Deal real estate blog Monday…

… Catsimatidis’ claim comes as reports say Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, are talking to top advisers about how they can get back into the political fray.

Hillary is receiving briefings from her former campaign manager Robby Mook explaining what went wrong in the presidential race, while Bill has been blasting FBI Director James Comey for interfering in the election, according to Politico.”

But are New Yorkers in the mood for a Clinton restoration?

One new poll finds the answer is defiantly not.

Fox News reports:

“Hillary Clinton is rumored to be eyeing a New York City mayoral run, but she may want to think twice about that.

According to a new Rasmussen poll, 58 percent of voters do not want to see the Democratic presidential nominee run for mayor of the Big Apple.

Just 23 percent of voters said they wanted Clinton to run, while 19 percent of voters hadn’t yet made up their mind.”

Americans are over the Clintons.

They have been in the public eye for nearly thirty years.

And for that entire time, Hillary Clinton has been running for President.

She has twice failed in her quest to sit in the Oval Office.

Clinton had had her opportunity and failed.

The message she just received is, “It’s time to just go away already.”