Claims Donald Trump is a ‘terrible president’ who is ‘destroying America’
Hillary Clinton has lashed out at Donald Trump, again, claiming he’s a “racist” and a “terrible president” who is “destroying America.”
In a return to the public forum, the failed presidential candidate also demanded that the electoral college is abolished from presidential elections because President Donald Trump was elected, and not her.
Writing in a new Trump-bashing op-ed for the Atlantic, HRC proclaimed:
“You won’t be surprised to hear that I passionately believe it’s time to abolish the Electoral College.”
Clinton then attacked Trump, accusing him of racism and claiming that he is destroying American democracy.
“Trump has sunk far below the already-low bar he set for himself in his ugly campaign,” she wrote, ticking off items on a list of offensive actions and public failures in his presidency that clearly keep her awake every single night.
According to Breitbart, Clinton argued Americans that Trump was a racist, citing his comment about “shithole countries” in Africa, suggesting he did not care about the victims in Puerto Rico because they were Latino, failed to condemn hate crimes against Muslims, and criticized NFL players.
“Hate speech isn’t ‘telling it like it is,’” she wrote.
“It’s just hate.”
She also complained that Trump lacked “civic, republican virtue” and the idea of public service.
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Again, she complained that Trump “won enough Electoral College votes” to beat her in the election and that the Russian manipulations of American elections were still a threat.
Clinton signaled hope in the 2018 midterm elections, taking comfort that more Democrats help stop Trump’s agenda.
“Democracy may be our birthright as Americans, but it’s not something we can ever take for granted,” she wrote.
“Every generation has to fight for it, has to push us closer to that more perfect union.
“That time has come again.”
The Atlantic op-ed was adapted from the paperback edition of her book What Happened.