(RightWing.org) – If you expected Hillary Clinton to retire from the spotlight gracefully after her election loss in 2016, you’ve probably been really disappointed over the last 4 years. It seems as though the failed Democratic presidential candidate always has something to say. This week was no different.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Clinton made a lot of odd claims. Among them, President Donald Trump is doing a bad job and she said she “could have done a better job saving lives” from COVID-19. Then, in what was maybe the most outlandish statement she’s made, the former first lady claimed she would beat the president if she were on the ballot in November.
"We sure could have done a better job saving lives"
Hillary Clinton says it was "frustrating to be on the sidelines in a pandemic," adding that while she is trying to do her part by speaking out and raising money, she feels like she could do more. https://t.co/JfV7fVfZZ3
— CNN (@CNN) July 3, 2020
Why Clinton believes the American people are interested in her analysis of the Trump Administration is unclear. What is clear, however, is no matter how much she hates to admit it, she won’t ever be president of the United States.
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