OPINION | Views expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those held by Sarah Palin.
Hillary Clinton, in a recent New York Magazine profile, claimed that her loss in 2017 didn’t satisfy her detractors, instead, it’s fear that drives them.
From The Washington Examiner:
“You know, these guys on the other side are not just interested in my losing, they want to keep coming after me,” Clinton said. “I mean, think about that for a minute.
What are they so afraid of? Me, to some extent. Because I don’t die, despite their best efforts. But what [really drives them] is what I represent.”
Hillary Clinton did acknowledge however that Trump did do one thing better than her on the campaign trail:
“You can say whatever you want about anybody else, and I’ll tell you who to be against. I’ll tell you who you should be resentful of,” she said. Her campaign’s stories “were boring in comparison to the energy behind malicious nostalgia,” Clinton added.
In recent months Clinton has returned the public spotlight, delivering speeches and announcing a new political organization called “Onward Together.”
She has also been ratcheting up her criticism of Trump. During a commencement speech Friday, Clinton made a not-so-subtle dig at Trump when she compared him to former President Richard Nixon.
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