In 2016, Hillary suffered a humiliating defeat against President Donald Trump.
It should have silenced her forever, but instead, she has gotten more and more involved in the upcoming election.
Hillary Clinton made this 2020 decision that every Democrat will live to regret.
Hillary Clinton thought she had the 2016 election in the bag.
She severely underestimated the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, who had quickly gained the support of most of America.
That mistake would prove to be her downfall.
She was left with a horrifically devastating loss, and became the laughing stock of the country.
And now, she’s going to cost the Democrats yet another election.
The former First Lady was invited to speak on CNN this past week, and what she had to say could be a devastating hit to the left.
Fox News reports:
Clinton, who lost the 2016 general election to Trump, said of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders: “I do not think he’s our strongest nominee against Donald Trump.” But she stopped short of throwing her endorsement behind former Vice President Joe Biden.
Speaking on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” Clinton – who faced a surprisingly tough nomination in 2016 from Sanders – has been highly critical of the Vermont lawmaker throughout the 2020 election season, but this is the former secretary of state’s first comments since the race to take on Trump basically became a two-man contest following Super Tuesday.
Clinton has let the cat out of the bag. She knows neither candidate is strong enough to defeat Trump, and she just let the whole nation in on the secret.
She proceeded to tear apart current frontrunner Bernie Sanders, sowing the seeds of doubt in Democrats’ minds regarding his leadership.
Clinton’s slam on Sanders comes just days after she called his campaign and platform “baloney” and ripped his claims that he is taking on Washington elites.
“He was a career politician,” she said during an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.”
She then went on to praise Bernie’s competition, former Vice President Joe Biden, but refused to give him a full endorsement.
In regards to Biden, Clinton did not come out with an outright endorsement of the former vice president, but praised the “coalition” he is building and the momentum he has generated since his wins on Super Tuesday.
“I think what Joe’s victories on Super Tuesday showed is that he is building the kind of coalition that I had basically,” Clinton said. “It’s a broad-based coalition. I finished, you know, most of the work I needed to do for the nomination on Super Tuesday, and then it kind of lingered on — and I think Joe is on track to doing exactly the same thing — putting together a coalition of voters who are energized.”
Clinton just made a massive mistake.
She further divided an already broken group.
And it will cost them everything.