Hillary Clinton appears to not be running for the presidency again in 2020, but that hasn’t kept her from inserting herself into the conversation over the coming election.
Clinton has said both that he does not intend to run for President, and, through a spokesperson, recanted and indicated that she hasn’t ruled it out. At this late stage in the game, however, the democrats seem to have dodged that bullet….especially as Joe Biden continues to wreak havoc on his competitors in recent polls.
While it is expected that Clinton would be taking pot shots at President Trump during the run-up to 2020, her recent “off the record” comments about a fellow democrat belie her belief that she is somehow still a progressive influencer.
In a recent “off the record” conversation with Page Six’s Cindy Adams, Clinton sounded off on the sprawling field of Democrat presidential candidates. According to Adams, Clinton has “no good words for Sanders, writing that the Obama-era secretary of state believes “Anyone overtaking him in a district considered his, he’ll burn the place down.”
The tiff comes after Sanders did his best to avoid mudslinging against Clinton in 2016.
Though Sanders did not endorse Clinton as quickly or enthusiastically as she may have liked, he did not attack her during the primary as strongly as he could have. The socialist senator defended his opponent’s illegal use of an unsecured “homebrew” email server to conduct official business as Secretary of State, and he largely declined to pick up on “pay-to-play” allegations surrounding the Clinton Foundation — particularly Clinton’s involvement in the sale of 20% of America’s uranium to Russia.
Hillary was shown to have rigged the 2016 primaries, with the help of the DNC, in order to trounce Sanders – only to lose in spectacular fashion to now-President Donald Trump.
Her actions have made her a persona non grata among many democrats, and have sealed her reputation as a “Deep State” figure.
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