Hillary Clinton Still Obsessed With Losing…

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Hillary Clinton seems to be stuck in defeat. Nearly six months after Trump has been in power, she’s still publicly carrying on about how if only this or that would’ve been different… In her television-interview spotlight, Clinton claimed “[I] was on my way to winning” the presidency, but FBI Director James Comey’s and WikiLeaks’s actions “scared people off.”

[Video: courtesy of New York Post]

With Clinton being a female, presidential nominee of the Democrats, she threw sexism into the laundry list of reasons she didn’t win. “Yes, I do think it played a role. I think other things did as well. Every day that goes by, we find out more about the unprecedented interference—including from a foreign power whose leader is not a member of my fan club,” Clinton said, alluding to President Vladimir Putin.

She also mentioned her accruing 3-million popular votes over Trump—forgetting his victory with the Electoral College (304-227 margin) as well as the White House.

When CNN’s Christiane Amanpour forecasted a possible Tweet happening due to Clinton’s words, she took the opportunity to reference President Trump’s Twitter addiction.

“I’m happy to be the diversion,” Clinton ranted. “We’ve got lots of other things to worry about. He should worry less about the election (and my winning the popular vote) than doing some other things that would be important for the country.”

Of course President Trump followed through:

[Source: Twitter/Donald J. Trump]

Clinton also took advantage of her spotlight to bash Trump for his methods in managing North Korean President Kim Jong-un and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. “Negotiations are critical, but they have to be part of a broader strategy—not just thrown up on a Tweet some morning that, ‘Hey let’s get together and you know, see if we can get along and maybe we can come up with some sort of a deal.’ That doesn’t work,” Clinton explained.

While she concurred with Trump’s retaliatory bomb on the Syrian airbase, she wasn’t quite sure about the cruise-missile effort and its ramifications. “I am not convinced that it really made much of a difference, and I don’t know what kind of potentially backroom deals were made with the Russians,” Clinton said. “And if all it was was a one-off effort, it’s not going to have much of a lasting effect.”

In terms of President Trump’s comment about a hypothetical meeting with Jong-un being an “honor” to meet a “pretty smart cookie,” Clinton feared entertaining that thought could have serious consequences. “The North Koreans are always interested (not just Kim Jong-un but his father before him) were always interested in trying to get Americans to come to negotiate to elevate their status and their position,” she elaborated. “And we should be very careful about giving that away.”


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