Looking at this, I don’t think she has what it takes.
1. She wants to be president, but doesn’t want to run for president. She wants it handed to her. Like her Senate seat and her State Department Job. Actually campaigning is too much work. She wants to give speeches to willing audiences, not have to debate people who disagree with her. She expected it to be handed to her the last time and was pissed that Obama challenged her in the primary.
2. She like playing the fence sitter. If she starts campaigning, she has to actually go to work. If she announces she will not run, she stops being relevant (except for her billion dollars of Clinton Foundation money). But it won’t grow to 2 billion. So, she sends her minions out to scurry and pretend she is running while she continues riding the fence.
3. If she were elected, she would be another royal president, unrestrained by the Constitution. She doesn’t play golf, so I suspect she would spend more time going to parties with other global aristocrats and seeing how much of other people’s money she can use to support a lavish royal lifestyle.
4. She is still smarting about her Hillery-care loss. So, if she gets elected, she will try to push a full-on communist single-payer tax funded health care system… to fix all the problems with Obamacare.