Kellyanne Conway responds to idea of Clinton 2020 campaign

White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth Conway‘Saturday Night Live’ ponders life if Trump had never been elected with Baldwin, Stiller and De Niro George Conway rips Trump's defense of Daniels, McDougal payments George Conway rips Giuliani for calling alleged campaign finance violations 'not a big crime' MORE had four words in response to a report that Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonChelsea Clinton working on new children’s book about endangered animals GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander won't seek reelection GOP rep says there was a double standard in Flynn, Clinton probes MORE may run for president again.

“Dear God, please, yes,” Conway tweeted, sharing a Washington Examiner article about a potential “Hillary 4.0.”

The piece Conway shared summarized a Sunday op-ed from former Clinton adviser Mark Penn, who wrote that the former secretary of State will “fight this out until the last dog dies.”

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Conway’s comment echoed President TrumpDonald John TrumpReturn hope to the Middle East by returning to the Iran Deal Government shutdowns tend to increase government spending 'Full Frontal' gives six-bedroom house to group that works with detained immigrants MORE’s from last October. The president wrote on Twitter: “I was recently asked if Crooked Hillary Clinton is going to run in 2020? My answer was, ‘I hope so!’”

The former Democratic presidential nominee said last month that she’d “like to be president,” but did not say she was planning to run again.

Several longtime advisers and confidants pushed back after her comments, however, saying she is not weighing another White House bid. 

If she were to run in 2020, Clinton could be entering a crowded Democratic field. Several recent polls have shown former Vice President Joe BidenJoseph (Joe) Robinette BidenIndiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg says he won't run for reelection as he preps for Iowa visit The Hill's Morning Report — No deal in sight as shutdown looms GOP leader faces Trump test in latest shutdown crisis MORE as the early favorite, with Sens. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersCory Booker addresses speculation about his sexuality: 'I'm heterosexual' O’Rourke: Asking whether he is ready for White House is a ‘great question’ Former Trump aide: President has 'thick skin’ MORE (I-Vt.), Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisHarris announces support for White House-backed criminal justice bill Cory Booker addresses speculation about his sexuality: 'I'm heterosexual' Biden, Sanders lead field in Iowa poll MORE (D-Calif.), Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerHarris announces support for White House-backed criminal justice bill McConnell’s marijuana conundrum: Cory Gardner The Hill's Morning Report — No deal in sight as shutdown looms MORE (D-N.J.) and Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenLiberal groups launch effort to get progressives on key House committees Warren: Trump admin 'doing everything they can' to undermine health care coverage Juan Williams: The GOP's worsening problem with women MORE (D-Mass.) as other popular choices.