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Hillary Clinton slammed the nearly 2-year-old leadership of President Donald Trump on Sunday night, saying her former opponent had done “so many despicable things that it can be hard to keep track.”

“I think that may be the point — to confound us, so it’s harder to keep our eye on the ball,“ Clinton wrote in a lengthy op-ed, published in The Atlantic. “The ball, of course, is protecting American democracy. As citizens, that’s our most important charge. And right now, our democracy is in crisis.”

In her piece, the former Democratic presidential nominee also decried the administration’s continued detention of thousands of migrant children, Trump’s refusal to accept the death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the White House’s unwillingness to protect American elections ahead of November’s midterms.

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Clinton urged voters to head to the polls later this year, but also leveled a pointed attack at current GOP leaders, saying the party had become increasingly radicalized and irresponsible.

“Whether it was abusing the filibuster and stealing a Supreme Court seat, gerrymandering congressional districts to disenfranchise African Americans, or muzzling government climate scientists, Republicans were undermining American democracy long before Trump made it to the Oval Office,” she wrote. “Now we must do all we can to save our democracy and heal our body politic.”

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