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In a new interview coming up with Willie Geist for Sunday TODAY, Hillary Clinton discussed the danger she believes the country would face if former President Donald Trump reran and won the presidential election in 2024. NBC’s senior Washington Correspondent Andrea Mitchell reports for TODAY.

Hillary Clinton predicts Trump running again in 2024, calling it a ‘make-or-break point’