As the 2020 presidential election plays out, Democrat candidates are eagerly preparing for Iowa caucuses and attempting to set themselves up for success in various primary states. As left-wing candidates do all they can to win their party’s nomination, other Democrats are observing from the sidelines.
One Democrat in particular, however, continues to publically mull over the prospect of joining the race. Of course, the individual in question is none other than Hillary Clinton. Since her loss to Donald Trump in 2016, Clinton has consistently blamed everything and everyone other than herself. Throughout this current election cycle, the failed presidential candidate continues to take aim at Trump and express interest in running against him…again.
On Monday, Clinton sat down for an interview with Variety to discuss her thoughts about “Feminism, Beyonce, and Little Women.” During this time, the twice-unsuccessful candidate declared that she feels an “urge” to run for the presidency against Trump for a second time.
Clinton on Her “Urge” to Challenge President Trump
At some point during her sit-down, Clinton was asked by the Variety interviewer whether she ever feels an “urge” of the ability to defeat President Trump.
Of course, the failed 2016 candidate immediately jumped at this opportunity. By Clinton’s own admission, she believes that she can beat President Trump; moreover, she’s also in denial about 2016, claiming that this year was simply an “odd” time with “odd” results.
However, despite her admitted “urge,” Clinton maintains that she’s now focused on doing all she can to ensure that the Democrat nominee defeats President Trump. The twice-unsuccessful candidate also urged her audience to vote and support whichever candidate is nominated to challenge Trump.
Clinton’s interview with Variety comes amidst her facing a defamation lawsuit from 2020 Democrat and Army veteran Tulsi Gabbard. This suit came after Clinton accused Gabbard of being a Russian asset, without proof and without retraction. Gabbard’s lawsuit, therefore, seeks a sum of $50 million dollars as compensation.
Sitting on the Sidelines
At this point, it’s very clear that Hillary Clinton has no intention of running against Trump, despite her rhetoric. Talking and throwing cheap shots from the sidelines is easy; however, Clinton doesn’t want to be humiliated by the president yet again which is why she won’t announce her candidacy.
While the failed 2016 candidate gives interviews and tries to explain away her loss, President Trump is working for the American people and preparing for his second term. Unlike Democrats running for office, the president has a thriving track record to fall back on. From millions of new jobs to the recent USMCA success, and much more, Trump’s presidential accomplishments are undeniable.
Clinton can sit on the sidelines and opine as much as she wants, but it doesn’t change the fact that she will never become president of the United States.
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