Hillary Clinton just said six words about 2020 that will leave you speechless

The political world is abuzz with rumors about Hillary Clinton jumping into the 2020 Presidential Election.

Clinton is looking at the current crop of candidates and the field has never looked weaker.

And now she just said these six words about 2020 that will leave you speechless.

Hillary Clinton’s bizarre media campaign continued in an interview with PBS’s Judy Woodruff.

During the interview, Woodruff teed up Clinton to make her case for 2020, and Clinton falsely claimed “Obviously I can beat him again.”

The Daily Caller reports:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared to joke Tuesday that she could certainly win the 2020 presidential election if she were once again pitted against President Donald Trump.

“Maybe there does need to be a rematch. I mean, obviously I can beat him again,” Clinton told “PBS Newshour” host Judy Woodruff, apparently referencing her superior popular vote total in 2016.

Woodruff began the segment by mentioning the president’s tweets and the fact that he had attacked Clinton early Tuesday morning — all but daring her to enter the 2020 presidential race.

“It truly is remarkable how obsessed he remains with me,” Clinton laughed. “But this latest tweet is so typical of him. Nothing has been more examined and looked at than my e-mails. We all know that. So he’s either lying or delusional or both … so maybe there does need to be a rematch. Obviously I can beat him again.”
That is a lie.

Donald Trump obviously defeated Hillary Clinton.

Clinton’s flimsy argument to voters would be that she defeated Donald Trump in the popular vote and this time without the Russians rigging the election she could carry the Electoral College.

The two-time failed Presidential candidate’s media tour also comes at a time when Joe Biden’s campaign has badly stumbled and Elizabeth Warren — whom many Democrats believe is unelectable — has seized the frontrunner’s mantle.

Clinton even hinted on social media that should he would be open to challenging Trump.


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95 Responses

  1. Michael says:

    A lot of states are now asking for real ID if you can not prove you have a ID you cannot get a drivers license or voters card without a birth certificate that hooves you were born in the United States.

  2. Sue Rich says:

    Ms. Clinton, you didn’t beat President Trump the first time. Rules are rules and you cheated, bribed, and tried your best to rig the election in your favor. We do not want you or any other Clinton in Congress, and we definitely don’t want one in the White House.

  3. ruth says:

    any local dog catcher can beat this loony bitch and they would even have to campaign — she must really think she is important when all she is a damn lair and crook

  4. jack says:

    Trump would beat her, like the proverbial “drum”, biden’s talkin’ about.
    In fact, he’d beat her soooo bad, this time she would believe it, cause he’s kill her in the popular vote as well.

  5. Nicholas Prather says:

    She did not beat him the first time. Him obssessed with her what a crock of bs. She is still whinning after 3 years of her losing to the greastest president i can remember. She just needs to go the F away

  6. Dino says:

    And Hillary says, “Nothing has been more examined and looked at than my e-mails. We all know that.”
    I was just wondering if that includes the ones she and the other (USELESS) cronies deleted?

  7. julie munson says:

    She loves making a fool of herself.

  8. Cliff Zipnick says:

    Even though she wants to. She knows it would be tooooo embarrassing to lose again.

  9. Loren Clobes says:

    NO MORE HILDABEAST, of BILLYBEAST in the White House.

  10. A Fed Up Vet says:

    HRC has absolutely NOTHING impressive to leave in her memory so she is attempting to match the record of William Jennings Bryan !!!

  11. Kathy says:

    Hillary should know by now what the American people think of her.We don’t want her or her mind running the Country.TRUMP2020!!!

  12. Joyanne Burrell says:

    I believe old Hillary is ready for a padded room .. she’s so delusional.

  13. Lucy says:

    There is something dreadfully wrong with this woman. She’s over-the-edge delusional.

  14. L. Shamus McQuade says:

    Dear Killary: Winners never quit.Quitters never win, but those who never win and never quit are morinic A$$Holes

    • AC says:

      Actually those who never quit & never win are crazy. After all, by doing the same thing over & over again expecting a different result proves one to be very much in the crazies.

  15. dlmstl says:

    The rage still simmers. Having spent her adult life chocking down excrement sandwiches as a result of the Horny Hick’s insatiable libido, this one, compliments of The Donald, remains stuck in her craw. After that stumbling, bumbling, coughing spasm debacle in 2016. it’s hard to fathom this increasingly pear shaped, frumpy, dowdy , harpy being able to stand the rigors of another campaign.

  16. Mary Johnson says:

    It would appear that she is still not over the fact that she lost and that she is not wanted.

    • Steve Scoutaris says:

      Somebody must be guilty of lying to Hillary and telling her how wonderful she is and how everyone loves her.

    • Mysty says:

      She will NEVER ACCEPT THAT FACT!!!! She STILL believes she actually won!!! I think that somewhere in the way back part of her brain she DOES know she really lost but she just can’t really accept it because she loves herself so much.
      I say let her run again…AND LOSE EVEN BIGGER THIS TIME!!!
      And THEN IT WILL BE A PADDED ROOM FOR HER. I don’t think she could hold up under a final loss. Of course she MIGHT NOT RUN…because as BIG as she talks she might really think she wouldn’t win & couldn’t handle the loss. Her ego might break under that loss. You can talk big all you want but as long as you don’t follow through & LOSE…the ego can stay intact.

  17. Cheryl says:

    Hell no. She is mentally unstable. She has no shame, but shameful actions that should put her in prison.

  18. SONJA says:


    • Mysty says:

      Sonja, I consider mashu a CHILD of maybe 10. He/she knows absolutely nothing. He/she couldn’t find it’s rear if were in front. Just ignore it.

  19. sonja says:


  20. Benjamin C Talmadge says:

    Hillary Killery can kiss my Red American backside she is and always will be a worthless piece of trash

  21. Vasu Murti says:

    “Make America Great Again” ?

    I didn’t vote for Donald Trump. I find Donald Trump himself, his demeanor, his positions on the issues, indeed, his entire campaign and his administration, offensive.

    Donald Trump called undocumented immigrants from Mexico criminals and rapists in June 2015. Trump insulted former POW senator John McCain for being captured in July 2015. Trump mocked a disabled New York Times journalist in November 2015. Trump encouraged violence against protesters at his rallies in February 2016. Trump promoted waterboarding and “hell of a lot worse” forms of torture in February 2016. Trump refused to disavow support from white supremacist leader David Duke in February 2016. Trump accused a Latino federal judge of bias due to his race in June 2016. Trump insulted the Gold Star Khan family in June 2016. Trump implied Second Amendment supporters could shoot his opponent in August 2016.

    For the past forty years, it’s tradition that presidential nominees of both major parties release multiple years of their tax returns. They do this in part to guarantee to the public that there are no conflicts of interest.

    Donald Trump is refusing to, hiding behind a phony excuse that he can’t until the IRS finishes auditing him, a claim directly refuted by the IRS. What’s worse, in 2012, Trump was leading a call for the Republican presidential candidate that year, Mitt Romney, to release his own tax returns. As usual, Trump doesn’t want to be held to the unforgiving standards by which he judges other people.

    Five Famous Republicans Who Didn’t Want to Vote for Trump

    Mitt Romney

    Mitt Romney gave a whole speech on why Trump is basically the worst. (Damn Trump for making me agree with Mitt Romney.) The former Massachusetts governor went after Trump for his economic plans, ludicrous statements on foreign policy matters, his supposed business prowess, and his use of scapegoats as punching bags. Even when Romney and Trump agree, they disagree. Romney stated:

    “Now not every policy Donald Trump has floated is bad. He wants to repeal and replace Obamacare. He wants to bring jobs home from China and Japan. But his prescriptions to do these things are flimsy at best. At the last debate, all he could remember about his healthcare plan was to remove insurance boundaries between states. Successfully bringing jobs home requires serious policy and reforms that make America the place businesses want to plant and grow. You can’t punish business into doing the things you want. Frankly, the only serious policy proposals that deal with the broad range of national challenges we confront, come today from Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and John Kasich.”

    Jeb Bush

    He indicated during his campaign that he would support the eventual Republican nominee, but Jeb! Bush has not followed through. (And who can blame him?) In a Facebook post congratulating The Donald on his successful primary campaign, Jeb! added that, oh yeah, Trump is also the literal worst person the party could have nominated.

    “The American Presidency is an office that goes beyond just politics. It requires of its occupant great fortitude and humility and the temperament and strong character to deal with the unexpected challenges that will inevitably impact our nation in the next four years.

    “Donald Trump has not demonstrated that temperament or strength of character. He has not displayed a respect for the Constitution. And, he is not a consistent conservative. These are all reasons why I cannot support his candidacy.”

    I fear that it is precisely these qualities — the shooting from the hip and replacing reason with purely emotional appeals — is what’s driving the Trump Republicans in the first place.”

    George Will

    Conservative columnist George Will worried about what Trump would do to the Republican brand; in particular, the effect he’d have down ballot. Will predicted a cascade of losses that will not only give the House to the Democrats, but ultimately give the Supreme Court a liberal majority for a generation.

    “Trump would be the most unpopular nominee ever, unable to even come close to Mitt Romney’s insufficient support among women, minorities and young people. In losing disastrously, Trump probably would create down-ballot carnage sufficient to end even Republican control of the House. Ticket splitting is becoming rare in polarized America: In 2012, only 5.7 percent of voters supported a presidential candidate and a congressional candidate of opposite parties.”

    The fallout from a Trump presidency, as Will saw it, required that conservatives band together to blow this election.

    “Were he to be nominated, conservatives would have two tasks. One would be to help him lose fifty states — condign punishment for his comprehensive disdain for conservative essentials, including the manners and grace that should lubricate the nation’s civic life. Second, conservatives can try to save from the anti-Trump undertow as many senators, representatives, governors and state legislators as possible.”

    Ben Sasse

    Sasse, the junior senator from Nebraska, was in the front lines of the anti-Trump wing of the Republican party from the beginning. Sasse called Trump “a megalomaniac strongman” on the floor of the Senate and traveled to Iowa before that state’s caucus in an attempt to stop the Trump Train before it left the station. In a Facebook post on the subject in February, 2016, Sasse explains his opposition to a Trump presidency:

    “Mr. Trump’s relentless focus is on dividing Americans, and on tearing down rather than building back up this glorious nation. Much like President Obama, he displays essentially no understanding of the fact that, in the American system, we have a constitutional system of checks and balances, with three separate but co-equal branches of government. And the task of public officials is to be public ‘servants.’ The law is king, and the people are boss. But have you noticed how Mr. Trump uses the word “Reign” – like he thinks he’s running for King? It’s creepy, actually. Nebraskans are not looking for a king. We yearn instead for the recovery of a Constitutional Republic.”

    He invoked President Obama’s name when discussing Trump? That’s the conservative equivalent of dropping an f-bomb in front of your grandparents. This guy must be serious. He hasn’t backed down, either. Sasse has reinforced his disdain for both Trump and Hillary Clinton and his desire for another option.

    Christine Todd Whitman

    Chris Christie may be the New Jersey governor getting all the attention for his support of Trump, but that support is much to the chagrin of former New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman. Whitman, who had endorsed Gov. John Kasich, said that she dislikes Trump so much that she’d probably vote for Clinton in the general election. Of Christie’s support, she said

    “I am ashamed that Christie would endorse anyone who has employed the kind of hate mongering and racism that Trump has. I would have thought being from a diverse state would have given him more awareness and compassion.”

    Whitman also penned an essay for Politico that compared Trump to bullies and dictators. She recognizes that language has power and that giving anyone the kind of platform to spout hate that Donald Trump has is dangerous.

    “Language shapes behavior. Hateful language gives susceptible people permission to act on their fears. Preying on the marginalized who are scared of the future is the time-honored tactic of bullies and dictators. When times are difficult, people always look for someone to blame: It is easy to pick out a target. Today it is Muslims, but tomorrow it could be anyone. Hatred knows no bounds. As a Republican, I am particularly concerned by the rise of hate rhetoric within our party. We cannot ignore it, and we can no longer dismiss it as a passing fluke. The damage it is inflicting and the behavior it is inciting can last for years to come.”

    Points against Trump

    1. Donald Trump:

    wants to ban all Muslims from entering the United States

    wants to build a wall along the U.S. – Mexican border

    uses misogynistic language and personal insults

    believes global warming is a hoax

    calls for waterboarding and other forms of torture

    First there was the time he outraged prisoners of war by doubting the heroism of Vietnam veteran John McCain, because he allowed himself to be captured. Then there was the first television debate, where he appeared to accuse Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly of asking him tough questions because she was menstruating.

    If POWs, Fox News and women were not enemies enough, Trump has also accused Mexican immigrants to the U.S. of being rapists; claimed that a Black Lives Matter protester who was violently ejected from a rally deserved to be “roughed up”; appeared to mock aNew York Times journalist for his disability and then accused the journalist of “grandstanding ” on that disability in his response; falsely accused Muslim Americans of cheering on the 9/11 attackers; and agreed with suggestions that Muslims should have their names tracked on a database.

    And just as critics began to argue that such comments about Muslims were brutal, racist demagoguery verging on fascism , Trump’s Twitter account recirculated racially charged but falsified crime statistics from an actual Nazi sympathizer.

    2. Fox News host Bill O’Reilly joined the chorus of individuals criticizing GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposed ban on all Muslims coming into the U.S., telling Trump that he finds his plan counterproductive.

    “If you say no Muslims can travel here from overseas, you’re hurting the United States’ position against ISIS,” O’Reilly told Trump in a wide-ranging interview. “We need the friendly Muslim nations.”

    But the Republican contender wasn’t willing to back down, saying that he disagreed — and that he knows that his proposal is “not politically correct,” but that “somebody had to bring it up.”

    “You can vet them, but you can’t insult the whole religion,” O’Reilly said.

    3. Military veteran Sean Sorbie said:

    “The man who criticized John McCain’s war record and tried to have veterans removed from outside his Fifth Avenue Trump Tower put on a media event that was pure exploitation of veterans for his own political interests, all because he didn’t want to debate his Republican rivals on Fox News.

    “Trump boasted about the almost $6 million his event raised for veterans — but the organization, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, has an abysmal record of supporting veterans’ causes. Over the most recently disclosed six-year period, less than one-sixtieth of the money the Donald J. Trump Foundation contributed to charitable causes was allocated to veterans’ groups.

    “Instead of being distracted by political games, our country should look at the harmful policies Republicans have proposed that would hurt vets.

    “To his cheering crowd, Trump vowed to get rid of Obamacare — which would lead to reduced mental health services for veterans. He claimed we’re ‘a country that doesn’t win anymore’ and that the rest of the world ‘laughs at our stupidity’ — while touting a reckless foreign policy agenda that would send our soldiers right back into harm’s way.”

    4. VoteVets.org similarly said:

    * Donald Trump is an unabashed torture apologist. In fact, he called Ted Cruz a coward for taking a stand against waterboarding.

    * He shares discredited stories — favorably — about an American General dipping ammunition in pig’s blood before executing Muslim prisoners in the Philippines.

    * He has been the most vocal candidate in either primary about escalating our war in the Middle East.

    …on military and veterans issues, he is super vulnerable. And there is no organization better positioned to take him to task than VoteVets.

    5. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s office said:

    “Donald Trump doesn’t think he’s the problem. He shrugs off his offensive statements and blames his critics for being too “politically correct.”

    Trump couldn’t be more wrong. America was built on tolerance. Even when we disagree, we don’t resort to crude insults or fear-mongering tactics aimed at alienating women and minorities. Not ever.”

    6. Polls in early 2016

    Clinton: 48% to Trump: 44%

    7. Bernie Sanders himself said in early 2016:

    “The American people will not support a candidate trying to divide us up by where we came from. They will not support a candidate who does not favor raising the minimum wage and who thinks wages in this country are too high. They will not support a candidate who thinks climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese. And they will not support a candidate who wants to give huge tax breaks to billionaires like himself. It would be an extraordinary campaign, and one I am confident that we will win.”

    8. The Huffington Post routinely ended articles on Trump in 2016 with the following message:

    “Editor’s note: Donald Trump is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist, birther and bully who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.”

    9. Among the Trump voters polled in South Carolina in 2016:

    Nearly 75 percent think the Confederate flag should be flying over the State Capitol.

    38 percent wish the South had won the Civil War.

    80 percent support banning Muslims from entering the United States.

    62 percent support a national database of Muslim in the United States.

    33 percent believe Islam should be illegal in the United States.

    31 percent support banning LGBT people from entering the United States.

    Donald Trump was given four opportunities to disavow David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan, but was reluctant to do so. At one point he claimed he didn’t know who David Duke was, even though years earlier he said in a video he left the Reform Party since it was being taken over by David Duke and others.

    10. Faithful America, a Christian organization, says:

    “Donald Trump is holding himself out as a strongman whose toxic stew of racism and fear-mongering will ‘make America great again.’

    “This is idolatry, plain and simple. Christians follow a savior who suffered death on a cross, not a ‘winner’ who espouses violence and domination as the path to national salvation.

    “Jesus told us to welcome the stranger and the refugee. Trump wants to build a giant wall and ban all Muslims from America. Jesus fed the poor and hungry. Today, politicians run for office with the Bible in hand while trying to take away food stamps. Jesus was a great healer – and yet today, every single ‘Christian’ candidate for the Republican nomination wants to strip Americans of their healthcare. Our Lord and Savior welcomed all to his table, stood up to corrupt authorities, brought good news to the poor and dire warnings to the rich. But in America, Christianity has become synonymous with vandalizing mosques, shooting up Planned Parenthood clinics, and gay-bashing.”

    11. Conservative Christian pastor Max Lucado commented on Trump:

    “He ridiculed a war hero. He made mockery of a reporter’s menstrual cycle. He made fun of a disabled reporter. He referred to the former first lady, Barbara Bush as ‘mommy,’ and belittled Jeb Bush for bringing her on the campaign trail. He routinely calls people ‘stupid,’ ‘loser,’ and ‘dummy.’”

    And the pastor wasn’t done there. He continued, “Such insensitivities wouldn’t even be acceptable even for a middle school student body election. But for the Oval Office? And to do so while brandishing a Bible and boasting of his Christian faith? I’m bewildered, both by his behavior and the public’s support of it.”

    12. Conservative Christian Matt Walsh similarly blogged:

    “He’s a serial adulterer who abandoned his family (twice) to shack up with younger women. His ex-wife once alleged that he ripped out chunks of her hair and violated her. We don’t even need to get into alleged ties to the mob or financial scams or his confession that he bribes politicians. He can’t speak semi-coherently about the Bible, he has no understanding of basic Christian teaching, he thinks Christianity does not require us to ask for forgiveness, and our relationship with Christ can be measured using polling data, but does he otherwise carry himself as anything resembling a Christian?

    “I see a guy who lies constantly and blatantly. I see a man who changes his positions and his principles at the drop of a hat. I see a deeply immature man who insults people on Twitter but lacks the courage to face them in person. I see someone who fashions himself ‘politically incorrect’ but is really just a cruel and bitter old man who thinks it’s funny to mock the disabled. I see a man with no honor who launches vulgar attacks on women and then lies about what he said. I see a phony who brazenly exploits the fears of the American public. I see a guy whose recklessness and greed drives his businesses into bankruptcy, and I see a guy who tries to silence journalists when they report on it. I see a guy who jazzes up the crowd at campaign rallies by bragging about his money and threatening to throw protesters out into the cold without their coats. And so on.”

    Democrats don’t deny we’re at war, they just hesitate to call it “radical Islam” because the term indirectly demonizes all Muslims. It’s like referring to the Ku Klux Klan as “Christians” when they clearly do not speak for all of Christianity. Democrats take their cue from *Republican* George W. Bush who never used the term “radical Islam.” After 9-11, George W. Bush told the American people our quarrel is not with Islam but with a radical faction within Islam known as Al-Quaeda. Shortly after 9-11, George W. Bush visited a mosque: something Barack Obama was unable to do until late in his presidency, as Islamaphobic “birthers” were labeling him a “Muslim” even though Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution clearly states: “No religious test shall be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.”

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Taunted by Republicans to declare war on “radical Islamic terrorism,” Democrats are turning to an unlikely ally: George W. Bush.

    President Barack Obama, under pressure to be more aggressive on terrorism, regularly cites his predecessor’s refusal to demonize Muslims or play into the notion of a clash between Islam and the West. It’s a striking endorsement from a president whose political rise was predicated on opposition to the Iraq war and Bush’s hawkish approach in the Middle East.

    As Hillary Clinton put it, “George W. Bush was right.”

    Laying out her plan to fight domestic terrorism, Clinton reminded voters in Minneapolis of Bush’s visit to a Muslim center six days after the Sept. 11 attacks. She even quoted his words from that day about those who intimidate Muslim-Americans: “They represent the worst of humankind, and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior.”

    Bush, of course, was not referring to the 2016 Republican presidential field. Clinton certainly was.

    Jeb Bush has also said the U.S. should follow his brother’s lead, arguing that “we can’t dissociate ourselves from peace-loving Muslims.”

    During the 2001 mosque visit, one of several occasions Bush denounced anti-Muslim bias, he stood alongside Muslim leaders and quoted the Quran about evil-doers being ultimately defeated. He insisted that intimidation against Muslims in America would not stand.

    “The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam,” Bush said.

    Donald Trump wants to ban ALL Muslims from coming to the United States. He’s not singling out the extremists, rather he’s castigating all Muslims. Even Bill O’Reilly was critical of Donald Trump in this regard, telling him, “If you say no Muslims can travel here from overseas, you’re hurting the United States’ position against ISIS,” O’Reilly told Trump in a wide-ranging interview. “We need the friendly Muslim nations. You can vet them, but you can’t insult the whole religion,” O’Reilly said.

    Even Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right National Front who once compared Muslims praying in the streets to the Nazi occupation, thinks Donald Trump has gone too far. Asked in a television interview about Trump’s proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the United States, Le Pen said the idea was too much. “Seriously, have you ever heard me say something like that?” asked Le Pen, who has been accused of encouraging Islamophobia in France. “I defend all the French people in France, regardless of their origin, regardless of their religion.”

    Abortion and war are the karma for killing animals, so I’m an animal activist first. I’ll vote for the candidate with the best record on animal issues. Bernie Sanders has a 100 percent voting record from the Humane Society Legislative Fund, whereas Hillary Clinton’s record was 83 percent. But Chelsea Clinton and Bill Clinton were vegan for years, whereas animal activist Belle Stafford lamented in 2016 that Bernie Sanders, a revolutionary, doesn’t take on the livestock industry, like taking on the fossil fuel industry, even though the livestock industry is the biggest consumer of fossil fuels, saying instead that Americans like their bacon.

    But Bernie Sanders is calling for increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour, whereas Hillary Clinton initially only wanted to raise the minimum wage to $12 an hour. In one of the Democratic presidential debates, Bernie Sanders said he would have voted for an initiative on the ballot in Nevada to legalize marijuana. Bernie Sanders endorsed the California marijuana initiative, saying, “I believe that we have to end prohibition regarding marijuana.” It isn’t a radical statement to admit that the Prohibition of alcohol in the United States failed and that we really ought to end marijuana prohibition as well. Nearly 75 percent of the drug war is directed solely at marijuana which is safer than alcohol and/or tobacco. Barack Obama himself has admitted marijuana is not more harmful than alcohol, but Hillary Clinton was too cautious, saying more research is needed.

    Hillary Clinton was qualified in terms of experience. I’m reminded of 1988, when Bush Sr. ran as Reagan’s heir apparent, saying he was the man most qualified for the presidency based on his own record of experience. And his single term in office was effectively Reagan’s third term. Hillary Clinton was more knowledgeable on foreign policy than Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton had a better record on gun control than Bernie Sanders, although Bernie Sanders quickly pointed out he represents Vermont, a rural state, with a tradition of firearms, and quickly points out that he’s gotten a negative rating from the NRA. But many on the left saw Hillary Clinton as too hawkish and too corporate.

    In their first joint campaign appearance in the summer of 2016, President Obama said that he was “ready to pass the baton” — and the White House — to his former rival, Hillary Clinton. Obama made the case for Clinton as a brilliant, “level-headed” stateswoman who could lead the country in tumultuous times. “I’m ready to pass the baton,” he said at the end of his remarks.

    Although some on the political left viewed her as too corporate or too hawkish, Hillary Clinton was definitely qualified in terms of experience. I’m reminded of 1988, when Bush Sr. ran as Reagan’s heir apparent, saying he was the man most qualified for the presidency based on his own record of experience. Accepting the Republican nomination in 1988, Bush Sr. said:

    “A President must be many things. He must be a shrewd protector of America’s interests; And he must be an idealist who leads those who move for a freer and more democratic planet. He must see to it that government intrudes as little as possible in the lives of the people; and yet remember that it is the nation’s character. And he must be able to define – and lead – a mission.

    “For seven and a half years I have worked with a President – and I have seen what crosses that big desk. I have seen the unexpected crisis that arrive in a cable in a young aide’s hand. And I have seen problems that simmer on for decades and suddenly demand resolution. I have seen modest decisions made with anguish, and crucial decisions made with dispatch. And so I know that what it all comes down to, this election – what it all comes down to, after all the shouting and the cheers – is the man at the desk. My friends, I am that man.”

    And Bush Sr.’s single term in office was effectively Reagan’s third term.

    I saw Hillary Clinton’s qualifications along these lines. I’m a liberal Democrat, but Republican women I’ve spoken to agreed that Hillary Clinton was definitely qualified in terms of experience.

    In 2008, the Democratic Party hungered for change. Barack Obama represented change, whereas Hillary Clinton represented the Democratic Party establishment. Hillary Clinton lost to Barack Obama in the 2008 Democratic primaries. In 2016, Bernie Sanders won 22 states and around 40 percent of the votes in the Democratic primaries. Neither would have happened if the system were “rigged” in favor of the Democratic Party Establishment candidate Hillary Clinton.

    And Hillary Clinton defeated Donald Trump in the popular vote with over three million votes: initial counts showing her winning 47.7 percent of the vote to Trump’s 47.5 percent. A razor-thin margin, to be sure, but it indicates Trump does NOT have a mandate from the American people to push a conservative agenda.

    Hitler blamed Germany’s economic woes on the Jews, and Trump blamed Mexicans and Muslims, but a more accurate comparison is not Hitler, but Ronald Reagan. The 2016 election reminds me of 1980. The Democrats underestimated Reagan, dismissing him as a B-movie actor, a hack, with no real political knowledge, like dismissing Trump in 2016 as a reality TV star. Reagan was making gaffes, saying it takes three dollars to deliver one dollar of welfare (actual figure, 12 cents!), saying trees cause more pollution than industry, not knowing the meaning of the word “parity,” and saying we were in a “depression” when it was actually a recession. Like Trump in 2016, Reagan in 1980 talked about abolishing the Department of Education. I was a senior in high school, and my friends and I talked about moving to Canada if Reagan were elected.

    Reagan won a landslide only in the Electoral College; not in the popular vote against Jimmy Carter. Republicans ran on Reagan’s coattails, and the country appeared to be shifting rightward. The Reagan administration represented corporate interests over the environment, labor unions, and the working class, and Trump has similarly packed his cabinet with billionaires representing corporate interests. Reagan went on to select persons like anti-environmentalist James Watt for Secretary of the Interior, and Trump considered anti-environmentalist Forrest Lucas for the position. In 1980, Reagan was the oldest person ever elected president. In 2016, that distinction went to Donald Trump. Reagan, like Trump, was once a liberal Democrat. The parallelism between Reagan and Trump is uncanny.

    The comment that “Michelle Obama only cared about taking vacations at our expense…” is untrue. As of October 6, 2017, Trump spent 85 days of his 258 days in office on vacation. That’s a third of his presidency he’s wasted. And remember, during the 2016 campaign, Trump pledged not to take vacations, saying, “I would not be a president who took vacations. I would not be a president who took time off.” Since taking office, Donald Trump has taken nonstop, luxury vacations — and we the people are paying for it! His trips are so expensive that they have bankrupted the Secret Service! He’s urged Republicans to cut Medicare and Social Security in the name of “balancing the budget.” But meanwhile, he’s perfectly happy to spend millions of taxpayer dollars on luxurious golf outings at Mar-a-Lago. It’s time for this corruption to stop. Since taking office, Donald Trump has visited his own golf courses over 67 times. If Trump is really as wealthy as he makes himself out to be, he should pay the government back immediately. Hardworking Americans should not empty their pockets for the Trump family’s pleasure.

    The Ted Cruz campaign put out a nude photo of Melania in 2016 and warned conservative Republicans: “Your next First Lady.” Dr. Jordan similarly comments online: “How can you compare a nude uneducated model to a Ivy League graduate who has a law degree? It is sad to see how prejudice and ignorant you people can be.” While the media was taking note of what Trump later dismissed as “locker room talk,” at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama was practically in tears, warning her fellow Democrats and the American people in general, “We need an adult in the White House.”

    The Democratic Party platform should support: Animal Rights, Defending the Affordable Care Act, Ending Citizens United, Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Giving Greater Visibility to Pro-Life Democrats, Gun Control, Net Neutrality, Raising the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Responding to the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming, and a Sustainable Energy Policy.

    Democrats for Life of America, 10521 Judicial Drive, #200, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 424-6663

    • Benjamin C Talmadge says:

      Your an idiotic Democratic fool

    • Fon morcus says:

      You are a brainwashed hateful Democrat . All you see is hate . Give it up guy . Crooked Hillary lost so get over it . What ever trump said on his campaign trail .he is doing it . Build the wall . Well it would have been build if the Democrats stop fighting him no Mather what he wants to do . The Democrats wont let him . All the Democrats want to do is turn cars upside down and brake windows and start fights . You need help . Trump is making America great again . And you cant stand it . Only becouse he is a Republican and not a Democrat.

    • Lindy Lou says:

      Vasu Murti, it doesn’t matter how much you write in this space it still doesn’t make you right. Donald Trump is one of the best Presidents our country has ever had. I’m sorry you are so blinded by liberal hatred that you cannot see that.

    • Mysty says:

      Go to sleep, your brain must be overheated from all your dem diatribe. A true lib who can’t even think for himself. Copies others words, iseals & is totally brainwashed.

    • Mike Lee says:

      Vasu, I can sum up everything you wrote in one word
      G A. R. B. A G. E

    • Perry F says:

      What did he/she say?

      Vasu, I sincerely hope you enjoy the feeling of giving yourself a self-digital rectal exam

    • Perry F says:

      How much was paid by the DNC for this most fabulous piece of crap?

    • KATHY KREPSKI says:


  22. T. Bell says:

    Hitlery Cliton could not even beat Trumps meat !

  23. bagster53 says:

    she couldn’t make it threw the 2016 campaign with out collapsing or being drunk , better start the investigation into her ties to russia , her and bill made a bundle off of putin while she was sos

  24. Bill says:

    If there is even one sane Democrat remaining, that person should take a billy-club and swat Hillary alongside her head to get her attention and let her know she did not, I repeat not, win the election in 2016. Our Constitution, which the president swears to uphold, details the method for electing the president and Trump won fair-and-square. But, old Hillary is just what that herd of Democratic party presidential candidates need – another loser.

  25. Aubry Garrison says:

    All the dillusional dems really need to clean up their own back yard before they go after our president. They can’t really believe Nasty Nancy , Pocahontas and Hell bound Hillary could do a better job , unless they plan to star in a remake of the 3 Stooges .

  26. Mike Flanagan says:

    “Obviously I can beat him again.” Obsessionally you can win if all the Illegals in CA & NY vote again and the Liberals eliminate the electoral college by 2020. Other than you’ll get your ASS handed to you again.

  27. PO'd says:

    More proof Shrillary should not run. Maybe just a lapse in judgment or perhaps something more serious like dementia. In either case she has a severe case of CRS (can’t remember sh*t) and has forgotten the Constitution or that she didn’t win the Electoral College and still can’t.

  28. A. B. Murphy says:

    The only way she could win, or claim a previous victory, is outside the provisions of the
    Constitution. That is just fine with the left-wing loonies if it restricts or prohibits their
    causes — but NOT with the American people.

  29. Hedy says:

    Beat him again, Hilary you never beat him in the first place, just wasting your and our money, How stupid are you. You just can’t get over loosing.

    • Jonathan Conover says:

      Mrs Clinton did receive 3-5 million more votes than Mr. Trump. Yes he is the rightful winner but that is due to the Electoral College. Secretary Clinton is the actual choice of the American people.

  30. Mark says:

    Hillary should be in jail along with all the others who are guilty of a quid pro quo. She is disgusting and when I see her or hear her voice I cringe from the disgust I feel. Trump needs to declare the Democratic Party Domestic Terrorists and have military throw them all in the brigg without bail until they can prove their innocence. Impeach Trump? Take away our guns? Open the borders to Criminals like MS 13 and isis? They can put their Sunday Times where the sun don’t shine. Hopefully the front page has their faces under the word ARRESTED!!!!

  31. Phil says:

    Lock her up

  32. Steve says:

    Over 120 killings by this serial murderer & they can’t get just ONE to stick to this clinton skank ? Authorities need to get their thumbs out of their butts & get this criminal into GITMO with the REST of the TERRORISTS ! : https://twitter.com/clintonmurders?lang=en

  33. Dan Winright says:

    You have to admit. Hitlery does have a sense of humor. She should start her own Saturday night show. Maybe call it the saturday night squealers.

  34. Austin says:

    trump will be Presidential Election not Hillary Clinton for 2020 Presidential Election.

    God Bless America

  35. A S K says:

    Who is obsessed with who? Old lady Hillary is absolutely consumed with hatred for Americans, our president and his presidency. What normal stable candidate indulges the FBI CIA and the DNC in collusion with foreign governments to pay for lies and a smear campaign because of their thirst for power corruption and money. Greed and gluttony consume Hillary Clinton. If we had an honest justice system with integrity Hillary Clinton would be sharing the fate of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. That includes Rosenstein, Comey, Strzok, Page, Brennan Clapper, McCabe, Obama, Kerry, Biden and yes that includes but not limited to these few, it is just the beginning.

  36. Desert Fox says:

    The Arkansas trash lady still thinks she won the 2016 ELECTION – YOU LOST YOU CROOKED LYING POS. Even with the fraudulent soros voting machines FLIPPING VOTES, The thousands of votes found in some warehouse in Michigan two weeks before the election, The 20,000,000 votes from the illegals that voted. Even from the man in New York who was the head of voting who was caught on tape saying how he bused people from one location to another. THOSE ARE FACTS! She must like losing, but her mind doesn’t comprehend reality. Remember when during the debates she had that frozen stupid smile on her face? Well, people claimed she was wired……she was ….. to her vibrator.

    • Richard says:

      Pretty disgusting piece of writing Dessert Fox. The fact is that Trump’s win in 2016 was simply because so many voters checked their brains at the door when they stepped into the polling place. The very sad fact that they walked away after voting without retrieving their brains explains their continued support of the worst world leader since the dark era of Stalin and Hitler…….. and we all know how that period ended.

  37. Navy Vet says:

    Adam your thinking of Slick Willy. Trump was never at Epstiens island, get your facts straight.

  38. ABC says:

    President Donald Trump expressed his displeasure Thursday with a Fox News poll that found a majority of registered voters believe Trump should be impeached — a record high in the survey. Even the Druge Report is turning against Trump.

    • A S K says:

      One has to be blind deaf and dumb out of touch and irrelevant to be blindsided that we the people want our duly elected president impeached. What we want is this process to be legal, constitutional, and proper. First put this to a vote, and move onto the trial. We, the people have many questions. Especially for the leaker engaging in espionage and sedition posing as a WHISTLEBLOWER. That’s what we want. And EXECUTIONS FOR TREASON, in this Schiff/Pelosi circus and clown show of distractions of the hunt for all illegal activity of the Biden’s, Hillary and Obama and all of their people involved internationally in this
      COUP D’ ETAT.

    • Marcia says:

      Don’t listen to “polls” Remember in 2016 these so-called polls said Hillary was winning all the way? Who is the President? Sure the hell isn’t whining Hillary. One Clinton in office is way too much.

  39. Taylor made says:

    You spend so much time bashing Hillary or some other female, when Trump is having our allies murdered – – the Kurds – – the very ones who fought side by side with Americans against the Islamic State, Even though a few months ago, Trump “promised” he would protect our allies, the Kurds, he sold them out, BETRAYED them for some deal he cut with Turkey and Erdogen (sp?). Even Lindsay Graham has said it might be the WORST decision Trump ever made – -and THAT is saying A LOT!!!!

    • 2WarAbnVet says:

      Let’s not pretend that the Kurds give a fig about America.
      They have quite sensibly only looked after their own interests.
      As we should be.

      • Taylor made says:

        The Kurds FOUGHT right alongside us. No wonder our allies do not trust our words anymore.

        • NV Scott says:

          we have/had 50 “advisors” over there. not a full combat force. If those 50 advisors being in harms way would make a difference against a full assault by the Turkish Military then there would be an argument to be made. But it wouldn’t make a difference if they were there, it would just lead to U.S. Military members being injured or killed by a supposed NATO Ally. The political and military ramifications of that are far greater than pulling 50 advisors out of the conflict area.

  40. Edward Quirk says:

    Go Hillary Go

    • Jls says:

      Yes, Hillary go!
      Go Hillary, go to Ukraine where Democrats go to participate in get rich schemes. Go, please go, corrupt anti-American witch.

      • Richard says:

        Hillary’s corruption is microscopic compared to Trumps. Turn off FoxNew and try absorbing some of the overwhelming evidence against Trump and his corrupt administration; you will learn, if you are willing to listen, that Donald Trump has, with the blind support a self serving Senate, set in motion the destruction of our government and our democracy that can only be stopped by his removal from office by any means.

    • Benjamin C Talmadge says:

      Send her back. Lock her up

  41. Carbine Williams says:

    Dear God please call this bitch home so can prepare for an eternity in Hell! This will free up our oxygen supply

    • Amen says:

      It is funny you call on God when your post is so nasty and hateful . . . . so against the teachings of Jesus, I guess you are a current Pharisee that loves to judge but acts very much against the command to “love others like you love yourself.”

  42. Joz Lee says:

    Clinton falsely claimed “Obviously I can beat him again.”

    WOW! Darn! When did she beat him before?

    The two-time failed Presidential candidate’s media tour also comes at a time when Joe Biden’s campaign has badly stumbled and Elizabeth Warren — whom many Democrats believe is unelectable — has seized the frontrunner’s mantle.

    PULSE POLL: Would Hillary Clinton defeat Donald Trump if she ran for President in 2020?
    YES 0%
    NO 100%

    Now Hillary! You lost again!

  43. Chick says:

    OMG! Hillary, the only emails that have been examined so closely, are the ones that you did not delete. Do you think that the public has forgot that?

  44. Steve Scoutaris says:

    Would the democrat establishment even let Hillary run again?
    The definition of insanity is doing the same thing expecting different results.

  45. Diane says:

    HELLary is exactly why the founders created the Electoral College. It was created to give each state a choice in elections rather than the big city areas determining and controlling the winners. Without the College the overwhelming 2+ million advantage in New York City would have given her the victory. Remove the two million plus that voted for her in NYC alone and the country wide vote would have been even in numbers. Can you imagine a city, any city, controlling the rest of the country? NOT ME, not ever.

    • William J Vital says:

      If you take out all the illegals votes along with all the other not-legal votes, the Hilty may not of faired very well.

  46. Crooked Hillary would not have the guts to run again – OMG – President Trump would laugh her out for sure. if she dared to run she should be arrested during her campaign. Americans would love to see that happen.

  47. Cp123 says:

    I needed a laugh today! She’s going to Gitmo

  48. Bob Huerta says:

    What about Epstein case linking clintons

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