Failed 2016 Candidate Hillary Clinton Sends A Massive Warning To Democrats As Trump 2024 Continues To Gain Popularity.
Clinton’s Trump Nomination Prediction
- Hillary Clinton anticipates Donald Trump as the 2024 Republican Presidential nominee, as per her interview on PBS’s “NewsHour.”
- Clinton describes Trump’s prospective leadership as “dark and dystopian,” detrimental to American institutions, and counteractive to the nation’s fundamental values.
Trump’s Alleged Emotional Manipulation
- Clinton asserts that Trump manipulates social and mainstream media to create a persuasive emotional, psychological, and cultural connection with a significant portion of the Republican base.
- She likens this connection to a cult (a strange new verbiage taken on by the left, that the media and left-wing pundits continue to repeat due to the mass appeal and strong following Trump has), adding that it is difficult to dismantle by other Republican contenders, making Trump’s nomination almost “inevitable.”
“It’s the emotional, psychological, cultural connection to someone who really has unfortunately manipulated social media and also some so-called mainstream media in a way that people believe what he says to them.”
Adding, “That’s hard to break. It is like being in a cult almost…. So then I think it is imperative on the country to once again defeat Trump and elect Biden.”
- The alternative to Trump’s potential presidency is seen as threatening to the rule of law and NATO alliances, according to Clinton.
- Advocating for the reelection of the Biden/Harris ticket, she believes this to be crucial to safeguard American values and institutions from the perils represented by Trump’s leadership style and agenda.
It’s evident that Hillary Clinton, who experienced defeat in the 2016 presidential election against Trump, continues to harbor grievances against him. Despite this setback, she maintains her affiliation with the Democratic Party. Hillary’s political relevance has significantly waned over time, and her appeal primarily resonates with a smaller demographic, typically comprised of older women.
The reason behind her defeat in 2016 can be attributed to the fact that a considerable portion of the American public had grown weary of her neo-liberal political stances, her proclivity for a hawkish approach in foreign policy, and her consistent fear-mongering regarding individuals further to the right of figures like Bill Clinton.