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Hillary Clinton Gloats Over Trump Loss in International Interview

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Former Secretary of State and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton certainly doesn’t care for Donald Trump.  In fact, it appears at times that she absolutely loathes the NYC business mogul-turned-Commander in Chief, and her demeanor on the subject of The Donald can be infuriating to his base.

Clinton lost to Trump in 2016, of course, in an electoral shocker that was punctuated by the former First Lady’s own negligence in not having written a concession speech for the possibility that she would lose.

In the subsequent four years, Clinton not only spent an inordinate amount of time attempting to diss Donald Trump, but she even hinted at running again in 2020 for another opportunity to best him.  The Democratic Party didn’t agree with that plan, and Clinton never did enter the race.

Now, as Joe Biden looks certain to ascend to the Oval Office, Hillary Clinton has been caught gloating internationally.

In an interview taped Sunday for the 2020 Reykjavík Global Forum and reported by CBS News, Clinton said she is looking forward to seeing what lies ahead if indeed the Democratic pairing of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris wins out as the mainstream media widely predicts.

“I am feeling better than I have felt in four years,” Clinton told Melanne Verveer, the executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. “I feel really happy and relieved, very grateful, excited about the team of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, looking forward to seeing them take the office of president and vice president and bring our country together and get us back on the right track for the future.”

Clinton has long been a target of the ire of Trump supporters, particularly after characterizing them as “deplorables” during the 2016 campaign.

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