Hillary Clinton: 'Obviously, I can beat him again'
Hillary Clinton doesn't give up. Ex-president Bill Clinton's wife, announced recently that she could beat Donald Trump "again" if she ever decided to run for the presidency. In 2016, she actually did beat Trump with the number of votes that she received, but overall she lost due to the Electoral College System.
Nonetheless, it is Donald Trump that is the President of the United States, not Hillary Clinton. Last Tuesday, Hillary Clinton appeared on PBS News Hour, where she discussed current political issues. And she wouldn't be herself, if she hadn't expressed her disgust with Donald Trump, recalling her 2016 campaign.
"I said during the campaign, there was no other Donald Trump. What you saw was what you were going to get," reminded Hillary, expressing her disagreement with Trump's words, tweets and finally – policies. She also said, that despite many Americans' opinion that Trump would "moderate his behavior" after being elected, that didn't happen – just like she predicted. In the last days, President Donald Trump was once again outspoken and named Hillary as a "crooked" person and politician, that illegally deleted over 30,000 emails after receiving a subpoena.
"The crooked one must explain all of her high crimes and misdemeanors, including how and why she deleted 33,000 e-mails AFTER getting ‘C’ subpoena,” tweeted Trump.
On PBS, Hillary Clinton said that Trump is simply "obsessed" with her. She also added that she didn't do anything illegal.
“There was no subpoena, as he says in a tweet this morning," she said. Clinton also said that she backs the impeachment of Trump, and, as she said, "maybe there does need to be rematch," speaking about Presidential Run.
But despite Hillary's belief that she could actually beat Trump, it seems that not so many Americans share her opinion.
According to Rasmussen poll, only 18 percent of US citizens said that Hillary Clinton should enter the presidential race again.