Campus Reform editor Lawrence Jones said the possibility of yet another presidential bid by New York Democrat Hillary Clinton might be "harassment of the American voter."

Former Clinton aide Mark Penn and former New York City Council President Andrew Stein (D-Manhattan) recently said that Clinton is likely to run for a third time in 2020.

Penn spoke about the news earlier Monday on "Fox & Friends."

"I think this is harassment, at this point, of the American voter," Jones riffed when introducing the topic on "The Five."

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"How many times to people have to say 'no'?" he asked. Clinton ran unsuccessfully in the 2008 Democratic primary before failing to capture the White House in 2018 as the party nominee against Donald Trump.

Dana Perino said Clinton likely feels "extremely aggrieved" by her loss two years ago and believes the Russians and other entities helped Trump "steal" the election from her.

Juan Williams said Clinton is still an "icon" among Democrats.

Jones added that many Democrats want to "hitch their wagons" to El Paso, Texas Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke -- despite his loss to Sen. Ted Cruz.

Watch more of the discussion above.

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