Hillary Clinton wants America to be the way it used to be again.
She wants a return to the time before she embarrassed herself in front of America in 2016.
She wants to go back to before Donald Trump became the most successful president America had seen in a long while.
Clinton recently said so on an episode of Primetime on CNN.
According to the wife of Monica Lewinsky's onetime boyfriend, there needs to be a "formal deprogramming of the cult members" who support Trump. She said:
You saw the number of Republicans who voted along with Democrats to keep the government open, so there’s clearly a common sense, sane part of the Republican caucus in the House. But I think they are intimidated. They oftentimes, you know, say and do things which they know better than to say or do. It will require us defeating those most extreme measures and the people who promote them in order to try to get to some common ground where people can again work together.
"That’s the way it used to be. I mean, we had very strong partisans in both parties in the past and we had very bitter battles over all kinds of things, gun control, and climate change, and the economy, and taxes. But there wasn’t this little tail of extremism wagging the dog of the Republican Party as it is today. And sadly, so many of those extremists, those MAGA extremists, take their marching orders from Donald Trump, who has no credibility left by any measure," Clinton said.
The failed presidential candidate went on, "He’s only in it for himself. He’s now defending himself in civil actions and criminal actions. When do they break with him? You know, because at some point, you know, maybe there needs to be a formal deprogramming of the cult members. But something needs to happen," she continued.
"At this point, I think, sadly, he will still be the nominee and we have to defeat him, and we have to defeat those who are the election deniers, as we did in 2020 and 2022, and we have to just be smarter about how we are trying to empower the right people inside the Republican Party," Clinton concluded.
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