Hillary Clinton argues that the United States is on the verge of losing democracy in a recent interview with the Financial Times.
Despite his low approval ratings, Hillary projected that President Biden would run for re-election in 2024.
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“We’re on the verge of losing our democracy, and everything else that matters to everyone else goes out the window,” Clinton added.
“Look, the most essential thing is to win the next election,” she said, “and the alternative is so terrifying that anything that does not assist you in winning should not be a priority.”
The far left’s progressive side of the party’s push to “defund the cops” was later cited by Clinton as being harmful to Democrats.
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“Accountable measures are required.” “However, you also require policing,” Clinton added. “Believing that doesn’t even pass the common-sense politics test.”
“Some postures on the right and left are so severe that they withdraw to their corners….” She went on to say, “Politics should be an art of adding, not subtraction.”
Hillary stated of Biden’s chances in 2024, “He clearly intends to run.”
She stated that running is “out of the question.”