Hillary Clinton, who often makes headlines by speaking something negative of President Trump, claims the president is the one obsessed with her because he feels guilty about 2016.
As BizPac Review reports, the twice-failed presidential candidate told CBS Sunday Morning that Trump “knows he’s an illegitimate president” and has “a guilty conscience.”
The interview included moments of Clinton sharing how she felt personally and professionally in the 3-year aftermath of losing the 2016 presidential election. Clinton said she was feeling “blessed” as she gets to grandmother Chelsea’s two-month-old son but also feels “deeply about what’s happening in the country.”
“I believe that he knows he’s an illegitimate president,” Clinton said later in the interview when asked about why “Lock her up” chants are still echoed at Trump rallies. “He knows. He knows there were a bunch of different reasons for why the election turned out the way it did. And I take responsibility for some parts of it that I should.”
“So of course, he’s obsessed with me,” she continued. “I believe it’s a guilty conscience in so much as he has a conscience.”
Clinton also referred to Trump as a “corrupt human tornado.”
BizPac Review adds:
Hillary then suggested that she is the legitimate president because she won the popular vote, even though she got destroyed in the Electoral College (which is how the United States selects its presidents).
“It’s like applying for a job and getting 66 million of letters of recommendation and losing to a corrupt human tornado,” Clinton lamented. “So I know that he knows that this wasn’t on-the-level.”
Hillary then said she supports impeaching President Trump based on hearsay from an anonymous CIA official who hates Trump.
“There should be an impeachment inquiry opened,” said Clinton. “I don’t care who you’re for in the Democratic primary or whether you’re a Republican, when the president of the United States — who has taken an oath to protect and defend the Constitution — uses his position to in effect extort a foreign government for his own political purposes, I think that is very much what the founders worried about in ‘high crimes and misdemeanors.’”
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