If the 2016 presidential election were held today, Hillary Clinton would still lose the election.

Although the leftist Hollywood elites can’t get enough of her, the Democrat Party appears to have had enough of the two-time loser, presidential candidate. 

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Despite her continued effort to cast blame, Clinton’s loss should not have come as such a surprise. Her lack of a clear, focused agenda, distasteful attacks on Republicans, and apathy toward stagnating wages among middle-class Americans all contributed to her defeat.

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer this week spoke bluntly on this issue, telling The Washington Post that “when you lose to somebody who has 40 percent popularity, you don’t blame other things — Comey, Russia — you blame yourself.”
Clinton should recognize that her time has passed. She will soon be 73 years old and her home state of New York has two others strong prospective 2020 candidates in Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Governor Andrew Cuomo.

For these reasons among others, Hillary Clinton should not run again.

The Democratic Party must move on from the 2016 loss and find both a new strategy and a new leader. –The Hill

This one image perfectly sums up how the Democrat Party feels about Hillary Clinton:

 


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