Hillary Clinton re-emerges, blasts Trump as ‘clear and present danger to democracy and to our future’

It's sad that Clinton still has not gotten over her 2016 loss.

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Former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton showed how classless she is once again this week when she blasted President Donald Trump, making it clear that she is still not over losing to him in 2016.

Clinton made her latest anti-Trump comments when she was talking to journalists on the red carpet at the Berlin film festival, according to Yahoo News.

“I will support the nominee of our party because I think that our current president is a clear and present danger to democracy and to our future,” Clinton said.

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Clinton went on to say that she will not be endorsing a specific candidate in the Democratic race, saying that she would “leave that to the voters.”

She also defended comments that she made about candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in her new documentary.

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“Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician,” Clinton said in the film.

Clinton refused to apologize for the comments when asked about them, saying “Politics is a contact sport, people say all sorts of things. They’ve certainly said all sorts of things about me.”

Peddling her favorite theory that Russia interfered with the 2016 election to help Trump, Clinton called on voters to be “vigilant” against disinformation.

“We know disinformation is already a problem…the [U.S.] intelligence community reported that the Russians are back in our cyber systems trying to influence the outcome of the primary and still trying to support Trump,” she said. “There is no debate. Anyone who tries to deny it is living in a dreamworld, and it’s a sad dreamworld because we are letting our defenses down.”

Clinton added that foreign entities will try “more and more” to influence elections in the U.S. and Europe.

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“If we don’t protect our democracy then we are slowly but steadily surrendering it and losing control of it,” Clinton concluded.

It’s sad that Clinton still has not gotten over her 2016 loss. It’s been three years, and she should be moving on with her life instead of obsessively attacking Trump every chance she gets. At this point, this is not a good look for her!

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