Former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was on Bloomberg News in an interview with Charlie Rose. Naturally, the conversation was about President Trump, Russia, and Vladimir Putin. In the interview, she said that she hoped that President Trump had not had journalists and reporters murdered. Yes. She really went there.
The Clinton family has a long trail of mysterious deaths that have followed Bill and Hillary all of their political careers. The tinfoil hats can go on incessantly about all the people who have died while serving or opposing the Clinton regime. It is curious, however, that the very thing that she is accused of, she is quick to accuse Donald Trump of doing. It was a low shot and it is unclear if Charlie Rose was fishing for that response.
As Written By Paul Crookston for the Free Beacon:
Hillary Clinton said Monday on Bloomberg News that President Donald Trump has “tendencies toward authoritarianism,” adding that she hopes he has not “ordered the killing of people and journalists” as Russian President Vladimir Putin has been accused of doing.
During a conversation with Charlie Rose, she compared Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose relationship with Trump has particularly drawn scrutiny from Democrats and the media. Clinton discussed her ideas on Trump’s view of democracy, saying she “hopes” the president is not exactly like Putin in every way.
“I don’t think he really values democracy, Charlie,” Clinton said.
“He doesn’t value democracy? Rose asked. “So he’s not a ‘democrat,’ little ‘d?'”
Clinton replied, “No, he’s not, he’s a top-down guy.”
“He’s an authoritarian?” Rose asked.
“He has tendencies toward authoritarianism,” Clinton answered.
“So, he’s no different than Putin?” Rose asked.
Clinton did not say Trump was different from the Russian autocrat, instead saying……..
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