The former rival’s remarks, which came during an extensive interview in a documentary about Clinton’s life published this year, hit Trump with an issue that has disappointed his re-elected hopes and frustrated his administration.
Clinton said it was “frustrating to stand by the epidemic”, adding that while she was trying to play her part by talking and raising money, she felt she could do more.
The coronavirus epidemic has dominated the last four months of American life, including changing every aspect of the presidential campaign. Trump’s campaign has fought the epidemic and the resulting economic downturn. 2 of Kovid-19. More than 19 million cases have been confirmed in the United States, the most in the world so far, and more than 126,000 Americans have died.
The former Secretary of State and the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee did not hide his thirst for Trump during the entire interview, calling him a “concerned score-settler” and suggesting that the country is paying close attention to what it means for a president not to be president. Not ready for work.
“Part of the reason he killed her is because he knows deeply that the Russians helped him despite his incredible attempts to deny it. He knows that WikiLeaks helped him. He understands everything,” Clinton said. “He is a clear score-maker and he does not want the legitimacy of his election to be ever questioned, although history will continue to question it.”
In the interview, Clinton was asked a number of questions about her life, in which she said she thought it was “impossible to answer” what her life would have been like had she not married former President Bill Clinton and described her interview with Trump. The 2016 election is “not too much and not a great moment, of course not for me”
But Clinton’s most outspoken remarks came in response to questions about the country’s ongoing epidemics, racism and police brutality, as well as the turmoil in the country, both in terms of how voters and top agencies are campaigning for 2020.
He added: “They have to be held accountable because we have another election going on, and everyone should know what the risks are and then vote accordingly.”
Clinton said she would not run for office again – “not on the cards” – but she did not question whether she would defeat Trump if he continued to fight Trump in 2020.
“Yes,” he said nervously. “But I think people believe it’s a referendum on him.”