Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state makes headlines on by saying that she will not be the part of the Democratic presidential nomination of 2020. By her statement, she cleared that she will not follow the nomination in the hereafter.
Former secretary of state said on CBS’s Sunday Morning, “I am done with being a candidate.”
Yet, she also realized that it does not have in mind that she will not be in government. Granting to the Clinton, the future of the nation is at stake.
During the interview with Jane Pauley, Clinton said, “But I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country’s future is at stake.”
She was critical of U.S. President Donald Trump’s White House preparedness.
Clinton said, “We have a reality show that leads to the election of a president. He ends up in the Oval Office. He states, ‘Boy, it’s so much harder than I imagined it would be. This one is really tough. I possessed no idea.’” She added, “Well, yeah, because it’s not a show. It’s for real. It’s reality, for sure.”
Granting to the former Democratic nominee, Clinton has come over from the 2016 election defeat, but the wounds left by it are still not recovered totally.
“I reckon I am right, but that doesn’t mean I’m complacent or resolved about what occurred,” Clinton stated. “It’s even painful.”
She confessed that on election night she felt that she disappoint everyone. She too alleged that election defeat left her “gobsmacked.”
“I had not drafted a concession speech,” she stated. “I had been going on a victory speech.”
According to her, she never had a thought of being absent in Trump’s inauguration as the former first lady. She read, “And so there I was on the program, you know, feeling like an out of body experience.”
“And then this speech (by Trump), a cry from the white nationalist gut,” she stated.