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Hillary Clinton Makes Wild New Accusations About Trump as RNC Closes

Here we go again…

Somebody ought to help Hillary Clinton build a bridge.

The former Secretary of State was embarrassed back in 2016, losing the general election to Donald Trump in such a spectacular fashion that she hadn’t even written a concession speech for the occasion.  Then, when she did finally concede, she spent the next four years berating Trump and and insisting that his presidency was illegitimate on account of some Kremlin-based malarky that Robert Mueller spent 22 months investigating before deciding not to charge the President with a crime.

Now, Clinton is back with new accusations against the Trump administration that she detailed via social media:

Clinton wrote, “What we saw last night sums up so much of the Trump administration: A law-breaking convention on your dime, on the lawn of your house, to celebrate a president like a king for overseeing the needless deaths of 180,000 Americans—and counting.”

Clinton attached a photo of protesters forming a message reading, “TRUMP FAILED 180000+ DIED.”

Apparently, the COVID mask issue was a real sticking point for some.

Christine Pelosi, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s eldest daughter, characterized the RNC as “illegal” due to “no masks” and “no distancing.” Her Twitter profile image is a photo of her wearing a mask.

Other Democrats viewed the RNC as legally ambiguous on account of supposed Hatch Act violations – something that White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows dismissed preemptively earlier this week.

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