Hillary Clinton told Sky News Donald Trump would not win the next elections and Joe Biden would be reelected regardless of the Republican candidate.
Former Democratic presidential candidate and Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said that “more people have become aware of him [Trump] now and his behavior than before”.
Donald Trump has made a number of claims against Hillary Clinton, including that she spied on him and rigged the 2016 election to her advantage – even though he won.
But Ms Clinton claimed that her former rival would be punished if he runs for president again.
She said, “I’ve always thought of him. If you follow him, you can see it. He accuses others of doing things that he is himself doing. It’s a psychological projection.”
“I was always impressed with his business record, but when we saw him as a politician and in government, I realized that he didn’t care about the rules.” He didn’t care about the law.”
Mrs Clinton said that even though Mr Trump was indicted, and became the first former President to face criminal accusations, nothing in the US legal systems would prevent him running for president again.
She said, “But he can’t, in my opinion, be reelected president, even if he wins the Republican nomination.”
I think that more people have caught on to his behavior and are now aware of it.
“He has a solid base of support which is likely to help win him the Republican nomination.”
“But I don’t believe that he could win a general election against Biden.”
“Biden will be elected again”
She said that Florida Governor Ron De Santis who is expected run for President as a Republican will also fail because he’s “unproven”.
“Nobody outside Florida knows much about him and in Florida they are watching him do crazy stuff,” Mrs Clinton added.
“I actually believe that Vice President Biden, will be reelected regardless of the Republican nominee.”
She dismissed the suggestion that Mr Biden’s 80-year-old age would make him too old to serve as president.
“I feel that I could do the work.” She added, “I’m in mid-70s.”
“I believe it should really be about what he did as president.”
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“It’s only a matter of time until anti-abortion legislation is repealed”
Mrs Clinton addressed the abortion issue in the US where 13 states banned terminations after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade decision last June.
This week Mr DeSantis prohibited abortions in Florida at six-week intervals, and Mrs Clinton stated that she believes Republican politicians will continue doing so to the detriment to women and their own success.
She said that efforts to limit abortions, even when there is rape or incest, and when the mother’s safety is in danger, are “not only terrible policies which should be rejected on their merits”, but also “bad political decisions”.
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Former Secretary of State said that if people have the opportunity to vote against antiabortion laws, they will.
She added, “I am not bothered at all by the political implications but I am extremely concerned about the real-life effects of women dying because they do not receive appropriate reproductive health care.”
We know that Ireland, or the Republic of Ireland has overturned its long-standing ban on abortion due to the consequences.
It’s only a question of time before that happens in the United States.”