Hillary Clinton still can’t get over losing to President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. She admitted she continues to obsess about the surprising loss — saying she thinks about it “all the time.”
Moreover, the ardent abortion activist claims she would have been a better president than Trump, who has been celebrated by pro-life advocates for pushing the pro-life agenda in the White House.
Hillary Clinton revealed Tuesday that she thinks “all the time” about how she would have made a better president than Donald Trump.
“I think about the kind of president I would have been all the time,” the twice-failed presidential candidate told the BBC. “I think about what I would have done — how, obviously, I would have been different. How I think I would have been a much better, more successful president.”
Ms. Clinton said that while she can’t help but have regrets about the 2016 election, her focus now is on 2020 and addressing the “clear and present danger” of Mr. Trump’s presidency.
“I think a lot about what’s happening in our country, around the world,” she said. “I try to give the best advice that I can to the candidates who are running because my goal is to help retire the current incumbent. I think it is imperative that our country regain its leadership and its credibility, so I’m going to do everything I can to make that happen.”
Hillary was not gutsy at all about pushing abortions up to birth and forcing Americans to pay for killing babies. She even attended a Planned Parenthood rally, declaring she would stand alongside the nation’s biggest abortion company.
Clinton, who lost to Trump in 2016, campaigned on supporting third-trimester abortions and forcing taxpayers to fund them. And she is such a strong abortion activist, she recently won an award for her abortion advocacy.
In between criticisms of President Donald Trump, leaders of the radical pro-abortion group called Clinton “our president” and touted her pro-abortion record. NARAL held its 50th anniversary celebration Thursday in Washington, D.C.
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“Women’s rights are human rights, and for 50 years NARAL has taken on the toughest fights to protect our most fundamental freedoms. Happy anniversary. Let’s keep going,” Clinton wrote on Twitter after accepting the award.
During her acceptance speech, Clinton spent a lot of time criticizing Trump, who has taken strong steps to protect human rights for both the born and unborn. Among his many actions, the president cut taxpayer funding to abortion providers, urged countries to stand together against the United Nation’s abortion agenda, and defended the conscience protection rights of pro-life medical workers.
She slammed Trump as a “danger” to the future of America and urged Democrats in Congress to impeach him. “This current occupant of the Oval Office poses a clear and present danger to our future, to our democracy,” Clinton said. Trump “has betrayed his oath of office to uphold the Constitution and protect and defend our country.”