Hillary Clinton is still whining about losing the last presidential election nearly three years ago — and she’s offering advice to President Donald Trump and any other candidates for the White House.
“I’m a serious person … But I think I probably came across as too serious [during the campaign] … I may have overcorrected a little bit,” Clinton said on ABC’s “The View” this week.
She also was quite happy to slam the president.
“First, I do think that he knows that he’s an illegitimate president,” she also said on “The View.”
“And because of that, he’s very insecure about it. Look what he’s trying to do now. Part of the Ukraine scandal that is slowly coming to light is he’s trying to figure out how to say, ‘No, no, it wasn’t the Russians,’ even though our intelligence community and everyone who has looked at this [and] said, ‘Yeah, it was the Russians.’ He’s trying to say, ‘No, somehow it was Obama, Hillary, whoever.’”
“So he’s obsessed with the fact that he was helped a lot in unprecedented ways,” she added.
“His ego can’t handle it,” co-host Joy Behar put in — another person all too ready to slam the president on live television, with little or no pushback.
In addition, Hillary Clinton apparently feels comfortable dishing out actual advice for Trump — on Twitter, in interviews, wherever.
“Someone should inform the president that impeachable offenses committed on national television still count,” she wrote on Twitter on Thursday morning.
See her tweet on Thursday and the video she retweeted:
And see this tweet and video as well — as the two Clinton women pushed their latest project:
Chelsea Clinton, the former first daughter, also mocked Trump on “The View,” saying the president’s “whole life has been a scam.”
And last week, the younger Clinton responded to a tweet by the president in which he declared the latest impeachment effort by Democrats to be “the greatest scam in the history of politics.”
“Yes, you are,” Chelsea Clinton responded.
While discussing Trump with the ladies of “The View,” Chelsea Clinton expanded on the idea that Trump’s life is one big “scam” on the American people.
“He’s the greatest scam in American political history,” she declared. “I think his whole life has been a scam and I think unfortunately people are suffering every day because his scam has thus far kind of succeeded at the highest level.”
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So the daughter of this Clinton family “is accusing somebody else of being a scammer” — as the team at The Political Insider pointed out this week.
And declaring somebody else to be a scam when her biggest accomplishment to date is using her name to land some high-profile positions at consulting firms, NBC News, and the Clinton Foundation — rather than earning such roles through her own hard work — is “rather rich.”
The two Clinton women are currently making the media rounds to promote “The Book of Gutsy Women.”
On this book tour, Hillary Clinton has been saying her greatest achievement in life has been standing by her husband — despite numerous affairs on his part and allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
The left-leaning media, of course, constantly portrayed (and still do portray) her as the most “qualified” presidential candidate in the history of American politics.
The Clintons are expected to launch a film and television production company focused on women’s issues.
Chelsea Clinton frequently takes potshots at President Trump; this one is the latest example. She has previously suggested Trump “degrade[s] what it means to be an American” — and has blasted his supporters as racists, misogynists, and hateful people.
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