AFP January 27, 2020 | 12:14 AM
"We have to win". Upon arriving at the Sundance Festival with "Hillary," his autobiographical documentary series, Hillary Clinton said the United States cannot "afford four more years" with Donald Trump in the government and will do "everything possible" to ensure the Democratic victory in November.
Shortly before the world pre-premiere of the series, produced by Nanette Burstein for the online transmission platform Hulu, the former secretary of state and presidential candidate defeated by Trump in 2016 gave a handful of carefully selected interviews on a red carpet surrounded by An unusual security for this independent film festival.RELATED
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When asked about the upcoming presidential elections, a few days before the first voting of the Democratic primary, Clinton said, taking care not to mention Trump's name: "I think we have to win. I don't think we can afford four more years with the outgoing president. "
"It would be absolutely dangerous for our democracy, and I will do my best to ensure this time a victory for the Democrats."
Dressed in a black coat, smiling and relaxed, Clinton detailed to AFP the challenges he believes await his political ranks in the coming weeks and months.
"We will have to do better than the opposite camp, because they are extremely organized, incredibly well funded and benefit from foreign aid," he said bluntly, in an apparent reference to Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 elections, an issue that It led to research at the highest level and wide controversy.