While Hillary Clinton herself may not be a politician of any official capacity, the former First Lady certainly has been sticking her nose in the business of impeachment as of late.
Many believe that this is part of Hillary’s prolonged campaign of public exposure that allows her to gauge whether or not to suddenly enter the 2020 race, while others wonder if Clinton is simply being a bit nosy. In either case, actions by President Trump or the Republicans are sure to find themselves rebuked by the 2016 runner-up.
Today, after President Trump issued a tweet regarding former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch while she was testifying before Congress, Hillary simply couldn’t help but interject.
“Witness intimidation is a crime, no matter who does it. Full stop,” Clinton said:
Yovanovitch was testifying before the House Intelligence Committee as part of its impeachment inquiry even though the former diplomat was dismissed by the president many weeks before the July 25 phone call between Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky that launched the Democrat’s partisan effort.
Given the sheer amount of controversy and corruption that Clinton and her cronies have engaged in during her infamous career, the idea that she would be scolding anyone on “witness intimidation” is laughable at best, ignorant at worst.
Yovanovitch would go on to testify that she had zero knowledge of any criminal activity having been conducted by President Trump.
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