Hillary Clinton's Dream: Republicans Might Primary President Trump in 2020

Erika Holt
March 13, 2018

"Well, we'll find out, we'll find out", she answered. We could look forward to more reprises of her "deplorables" remark, in this case, just now saying that she won the "forward-looking" parts of America in 2016.

And then, pretending to be Donald Trump, "Whatever your problem is, I'm going to solve it".

And in comments seized on by the Republican National Committee, Clinton said she had won sections of the country with more economic output and attributed some of Trump's insurgent victory to a series of social and economic anxieties and discriminatory attitudes among his supporters.

Then she turned to Trump's voters: "And his whole campaign - "Make America Great Again" - was looking backward".

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After a brief pause that was punctuated with laughter and clapping at the event, Clinton said, "I would have to say "no", we did not deserve that".

Clinton comforted the audience by telling them that Trump could not irrevocably damage the United States.

Clinton also reflected that in a campaign against a reality TV star perhaps she should have been more "entertaining".

"If you watch reality TV, you know it means that the person who is the most outrageous, the person who says the politically incorrect things, the person who's insulting and attacking drives big ratings, and I think part of what happened in the election is nearly an attraction that many people had to the role that was being played by him as the candidate for president", said Clinton. "What does that mean?" she said. It's one thing to suggest they were perhaps prejudiced, but Clinton says they didn't even want black people to have civil rights or women to work outside the home. Yet this is the picture Clinton painted of Trump's support.

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