While fending off attacks by third-rate Democrat lawmakers and their allies in the media, President Trump still took time to play 4-D chess with his Democrat opponents. Today, he set the bait for Hillary Clinton, who’s been hinting at the possibility she may jump into the 2020 presidential race.

Trump tweeted: “I think that Crooked Hillary Clinton should enter the race to try and steal it away from Uber Left Elizabeth Warren.”

He added, “Only one condition. The Crooked one must explain all of her high crimes and misdemeanors including how & why she deleted 33,000 Emails AFTER getting “C” Subpoena!”

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Hillary took the bait and responded, “Don’t tempt me.” She added, “Do your job.”

Where has Hillary been? Did she miss the latest jobs report, showing the lowest unemployment numbers in history?”

Did she miss the time when Trump placed a U.S. embassy in Jerusalem after Hillary’s sexual predator husband, Bill Clinton, and her former boss, Barack Obama, promised to do the same, but never found the courage to actually make it happen?

Perhaps Hillary missed how hard President Trump has been fighting to put Americans before illegal aliens for the past 3 1/2 years.

But then again, Hillary wasn’t the picture of health in 2016. When she’s not out signing book covers in the frozen food aisle of Costco, she’s probably napping.

Hillary was immediately destroyed by Americans who found her response to be hilarious. Justin Nagle’s, “Please let us tempt you” video, reminds everyone of how Hillary had to be lifted into the back of her van and scurried away after standing up for a 9/11 memorial service in New York City proved to be too much for the ailing candidate.

In addition to the 33,000 deleted and bleach bitted emails, there’s still that nagging Benghazi issue that won’t go away:

The response from another Twitter user nailed it:

The New York Post reports – Just 18 percent think Clinton should enter the race, according to Rasmussen, while 71 percent don’t think she should run, and the rest are unsure.

“Among her fellow Democrats, 48 percent see a Clinton nomination as likely, 46 percent as unlikely. This includes 17 percent who say it’s Very Likely and 20 percent who consider it Not At All Likely,” it added.

Last month, the State Department revived its probe into the email records of dozens of former officials and aides to Clinton during her time at the helm of the department.

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