Clinton Claims America Doesn’t Lead World to a “More Hopeful Future”


Many members of the Democrat Party stand by the narrative that a Trump presidency is bringing ruin and peril to the United States. More often than not, this is a talking-point which left-wing presidential candidates employ in order to dissuade Americans from supporting Trump. To date, this narrative persists and isn’t going away anytime soon.

Earlier today, two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton furthered this narrative. Taking to Twitter, Clinton declared that America is no longer a pioneer leading the rest of the world to a brighter future. Of course, the failed presidential candidate cited Trump’s presidency as a basis for her claims.

Reviewing Clinton’s Latest Remarks on America

Hillary Clinton continues to inject herself into the political arena, much to the annoyance of Americans on both sides of the aisle. While Clinton remains deeply unpopular amongst the right-wing, there are certain folks on the left, such as talk show host Bill Maher, who are eager for the Clintons to go away forever.

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In Clinton’s latest remarks about America, she urges the nation to “change” the fact that we’ve supposedly “abdicated” our role “as a country that leads the world toward a more hopeful future.” The two-time failed presidential candidate moreover asserts that a lack of action on climate change and other matters has weakened the United States.

Clinton’s precise words read as follows:

Additional Statements of Interest from Clinton

Clinton has made a series of bold and arguably questionable statements throughout the process of the 2020 presidential election. Therefore, Americans have challenged Clinton’s remarks and the extent of their validity.

Additional statements aside from today’s remarks involve accusing 2020 Democrat Tulsi Gabbard of being a “favorite of the Russians.”

Clinton also alleged that former Green Party candidate Jill Stein is a Russian agent. These statements subsequently prompted backlash, from both the left and the right.

Amidst Clinton’s various public statements, there’s talk about her entering the 2020 presidential election. Clinton, herself, has not confirmed or denied whether or not she plans to do this. However, she’s toyed with the idea on Twitter. During a recent back-and-forth with Trump, Clinton warned him “don’t tempt me” after Trump dared her to enter the race.

Gabbard also called for Clinton to join the primary election, following the latter’s accusations against her. The two-time failed presidential candidate declined to respond to Gabbard’s challenge.