It looks like Hillary Clinton is still reminiscing — or rather traumatizingly recollecting — her loss at the 2016 presidential election. The former Democrat nominee is finding herself increasingly stressed out by what she’s seeing from her former opponent.
Apparently, Hillary Clinton gets so frustrated with President Donald Trump and his actions that she even is yelling at her television, according to The Washington Free Beacon. It seems this is one of many bad habits she has accumulated since her loss — besides her tendency to blame everyone else save herself.
Clinton’s newly released book, What Happened, is her attempt to explain from her limited view how she lost to Trump in the presidential election. Her view is limited because she most certainly won’t be admitting the role her own shortcomings, corruption, and faults had in her defeat.
Regardless, when asked if she ever watched the news and wondered what she would do if she were president, she responded with an affirmative.
“No, I do it every single time! Look, I was prepared to be president. I had prepared and worked at it, and I go a little bit batty when I hear him say, ‘Gee, this is a really hard job. Who knew health care was so complicated.’ I did. No, I always am responding and reacting. Sometimes I yell at the TV even,” Clinton said.
At least now she now knows how many conservatives have felt during the eight years of the Obama administration. Of course, she probably won’t realize that same level of frustration people had towards her as well.
Clinton admitted that she has no intentions of ever being a political candidate again but promised to remain active in the Democrat Party, saying “I am done with being a candidate, but I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country’s future is at stake.”
Again, it’s the other way around. The country’s future was very much at stake, but thank God at the pivotal moment, Trump’s entrance into the political landscape saved this country from being undone for at least another four — if not hopefully, eight — more years.
Her book, What Happened, shifts the blame around to everyone but herself. In the past, she’s blamed Vladimir Putin, Obama, hackers, sexism, and even (despite the irony) negative media coverage.
Her perception of reality is so out of touch, it’s scary. She even had to temerity to suggest that Trump was giving aid and comfort to Russia and North Korea. “I think he’s being played,” Clinton said. “I think he doesn’t even understand the kind of strategic overview of what’s happening in the world, and what we need to be doing to prepare, and so I’m going to keep speaking out.”
Up is down and right is left when it comes to Hillary Clinton. No act has been more pro-Russia than the deal she signed to give 20 percent of America’s uranium reserves to Russian companies, but somehow this is perfectly acceptable in her eyes.
Thankfully, it’s doubtful this former politician will be remaining relevant in this country’s future, especially with the forthcoming email investigation getting re-opened. The release of her book goes to show the detrimental ideology of Hillary Clinton, and serves as a reminder of the presidency that America could’ve had if not for Donald Trump.