According to the US “Capitol Hill” report on the 25th, the US news website Axios reported on Sunday that former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stated that most Republican politicians want to see President Trump lose in the US election, but they cannot publicly do so. Say.
Hillary Clinton said in an interview with US media that in Trump’s entire administration, most Republican politicians are “cowardly and spineless accomplices” of the president. She pointed out, “Most Republicans want to end this situation. They want to see him (referring to Trump) leave as much as we do, but they can’t say it publicly.”
When asked whether the emergence of a female president in the United States would better respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said, “I have no doubt, especially if it is me (as president). I have no Doubt. I mean, I was born for this.”
According to data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, the United States is the country with the most confirmed cases and deaths of pandemic in the world. The cumulative number of confirmed cases has exceeded 8.5 million, with 2,25067 deaths.
Hillary added that she “cannot accept (Trump) the idea of winning the 2020 election” and “this will lead to a serious degree of cognitive dissonance.” There is still more than a week before the US election.
Hillary Clinton said, “I really feel sick to think that we will continue to suffer such abuse for four years and that the American system will continue to be destroyed. There is also the destruction of our rules and values, and the weakening of our leadership. .The list goes on.”
National polls in the United States and polls in many states show that the Democratic presidential candidate Biden has a higher approval rating than Trump, but the results of polls in some swing states are comparable. U.S. President Trump has been holding campaign rallies across the United States before the U.S. election. He mentioned Hillary in several events, including last week he jokingly accused her of malfunctioning microphones.
In the interview, Hillary was asked if she would say “lock him (referring to Trump)”, and Hillary replied, “No, I will never say that… I believe in the rule of law, unlike some People.” She added, “I think I live in his mind, and rent-free.”