Hillary slams Trump: “He’s worse than I thought he would be”


Hillary Clinton continued her criticism of President Donald Trump in a recent interview with MSNBC’s Joy Reid on “AM Joy” to promote her book, “What Happened?”

Reid set the tone, when she started out the show Saturday morning by asking, “How do we come to grips with the 2016 election?” and declared to her audience that it was the “first U.S. election likely to have fallen victim to foreign intervention.”

Reid’s interview with Clinton, which was broadcast Saturday morning, occurred Thursday.

In one segment of the interview, Clinton claimed that President Trump’s job performance is worse than she thought it would be.

“I really had such deep doubts about his preparation, his temperament, his character, his experience… but he’s been even worse than I thought he would be,” she said with a sigh.

“I thought, and I tried in my concession speech to make clear that we should all give him the space to be the president for every American. That’s what we want from our presidents. Regardless of our partisan differences, we want to feel like the person in the Oval Office really cares about, and is looking after everybody… and that just hasn’t turned out to be the case,” Clinton claimed.

“What a missed opportunity for him, because all he did was really reinforce the dark, divisive image of America that he had been feeding to his supporters,” she bemoaned.

In another clip from the interview, Clinton talked about racism, saying she thought it was “imperative” that she speak out against racism in America during her campaign, but admitted it likely cost her a lot of white voters.

She claimed that America turned racist against President Obama, despite that he “conducted himself with such dignity, and had done an honorable and an excellent job.”

On the Russian hacking allegations, Clinton claimed, “I know the Russians had a heavy thumb on the scale and I know it affected voters… because we track it in the book about what people were looking at, primarily when they dumped all the WikiLeaks stuff.” She did not deny that all the “WikiLeaks stuff” was true, but she blamed her loss on the fact that voters saw it.

In an additional grand-slam on President Trump, Clinton said, “I don’t want my granddaughter and grandson, or any child, to feel like this is normal.”

“It’s not normal for someone to hold the highest office, and to cavalierly talk about nuclear war and to be unguided, and in fact, rejecting facts and reason and evidence. It’s just not normal,” she declared.


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