It’s the year 2020, and it’s been four years since 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton lost to President Donald Trump, but it seems that she still hasn’t gotten over it.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently appeared on Kara Swisher’s New York Times podcast known as “Sway.” During the podcast, Clinton alluded that she was “born” to be president, and it makes her “literally sick” to her stomach to think of another Trump winning this year.
It was a long interview, and at one point, Swisher asked Clinton if she thought that a female president would have handled the coronavirus pandemic better.
Clinton didn’t let the opportunity to promote herself slip by. “I have no doubt, especially if it were me.”
Farther into the interview, the topic of Trump’s chances of being re-elected came up. As soon as it did, Clinton jumped in and said, “I can’t entertain the idea of him winning.”
“It would cause cognitive dissonance of a grave degree,” she said. She proceeded to say that even thinking about a potential Trump win would also make her physically ill.
The Blaze reported last year that Clinton had considered running for president again this year. She decided not to, though, and instead has endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Clinton has found it challenging to get over her loss to Trump in 2016. Allegedly, she thinks about a rematch with Trump “all the time.”
She’s repeatedly criticized President Trump since he was elected, but she claimed that he does not cross her mind much at all.
“Well, I think I live rent-free in his head,” she said. “He does not live rent-free in my head because I have very little regard for him.”
Despite all the statistics, Clinton seemed sure that Biden would do what she failed to do: seal an Electoral College win over Trump. According to her, part of the reason is that “most Republicans are going to want to close the page” on the Trump era.
“They have been cowards, spineless enablers of him,” she added. “They want to see him gone as much as we do, but they can’t say it publicly.”