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Hillary Clinton Appears to Throw Shade at White House, Implies Biden is Not ‘Sane’

Hillary Clinton is back in the media spotlight again with a recent interview with NBC’s Willie Geist, which will air in full on his podcast ‘Sunday Sitdown.”

The failed 2016 presidential candidate appeared to criticize radical Democrats for jeopardizing swing districts and the White House for not being ‘stable’ and ‘sane.’ Watch:

“So what do you see as the state of the Democratic Party right now?” Geist asked.

“I think that it is a time for some, you know, careful thinking about what wins elections and not just in Deep Blue districts where a Democrat and a liberal Democrat or so-called progressive Democrat is going to win,” she said. “I understand why people want to argue for their priorities, that’s what they believe they were elected to do. So, look, I am all about having vigorous debates. I think it’s good and it gives people a chance to be part of the process.”

“But, at the end of the day it means nothing if we don’t have a Congress that’ll get things done and we don’t have a White House that we can count on to be sane and sober and stable and productive,” Clinton said.

Certainly, this criticism would be impossible if the Biden presidency had a track record that was much the opposite. It seems that Hillary Clinton is still bitter over her defeat to Donald Trump and believes she can do a better job than Joe Biden. To be fair, nearly any other qualified American could do a better job than Joe Biden at this point.

On Thursday, Donald Trump revealed a lengthy blog post listing the many documented failures of the Biden presidency. It bears reading in full.


Donald Trump Recaps Disastrous Biden Presidency with Breathtaking List of Documented Failures

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