Hillary Clinton: I want To Be Named Vice President On Dem Ticket,
Hillary wants back in the political game and she is not hiding it anymore. Also Hillary is still bitter about her historic loss to Trump, that much is clear.
Many thought she would run this time, but so far she has not without really closing the door on that proposition.
Now, to the horror of every Democrat in the nation, she says she is open to be picked as a Vice-Presidential candidate if the winner of the Dem primary asks her. Wow, what a gift to Trump.
“I was disappointed that not more of the Republican senators took the stand that Mitt Romney took,” Hillary said.
“He gave an extraordinary speech on the floor of the Senate talking about why he felt the weight of history on his shoulders and he was going to vote to impeach on one of the articles of impeachment.”
Hillary Clinton: I want To Be Named Vice President
“The evidence was really clear by the time that it was all presented that actually the president done what he was accused of, in fact he admitted that he’d done what he was accused of, he just didn’t think anyone would hold him accountable.”
“We’re now moving on but I hope that voters and Americans of all political stripes pay attention and say to themselves “he has to be held accountable”, and now the way to do that is in the election.”
“You’ve got to be responsible for what you say and what you say you’re going to do.”
“We have to rebuild trust in our fellow Americans and our institutions and if you promise the moon and can’t deliver the moon that’s going to be just another indicator of how we can’t trust each-other.”
“There are lessons from my life from our times because people need to be thoughtful about the decisions they make in their lives and we should be kinder and more supportive to everyone who makes the best decisions that they think they can make.”
According to Report From The Daily Mail:
Hillary Clinton has refused to rule out taking on the job of Vice President if the Democrats win the election in November.
The former Secretary of State, who has run two failed campaigns to become president herself, said she ‘probably won’t be asked’ to take the role by whoever becomes the Democrat nominee this time around.
But, speaking to Ellen DeGeneres on an episode of her show due to air Thursday, she added ‘never say never’ – recalling how she turned down Obama’s offer of leading the State Department twice, before accepting and serving for four years.
Hillary Clinton: I want To Be Named Vice President On Dem Ticket
KINDLY SHARE THIS ARTICLE TO SUPPORT BREAKING WIDE