Hillary Clinton, a former presidential candidate in 2016, said the United States "cannot afford four more years" with Donald Trump leading the government and "will do everything possible" for the Democratic Party to triumph in the next election.
According to AFP, the former secretary of state made these statements when asked about the presidential electoral process that will take place in the United States on November 3, 2020, adding that a new Trump mandate puts the country's democracy at risk.
The former senator took advantage of the world premiere of her autobiographical documentary series 'Hillary' to lash out at Trump. (Photo: The Herald)RELATED
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“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, ”he said without mentioning the name of Donald Trump.
The ex-senator took advantage of the world premiere of her autobiographical documentary series 'Hillary' that was produced by Nanette Burstein for the Hulu digital platform, in which she gave a series of interviews in which she also provided details of the possible political scenario that they will have to face Democrats in the coming months.
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The former lady of the United States had no qualms in pointing out that one of the obstacles to overcome will be a possible interference from abroad in order to curb the intentions of the Democrats to return to power. As recalled, the FBI concluded that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential elections through cyber attacks; which resulted in an investigation of the highest level.
"We will have to do better than the opposite camp, because they are extremely organized, incredibly well funded and benefit from foreign aid," he warned.
Finally, Hillary Clinton has said that "victory is near" due to broken promises and the failure of the Donald Trump administration.