Hillary Clinton just did it again!
She called President Trump an “illegitimate president”.
Clinton was just on The View speaking about the president when she arrogantly went through the reasons she was wronged in the 2016 election.
Will she ever go away?
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 2, 2019
She recently said the same thing!
Deadline reports- In an interview airing Sunday on CBS Sunday Morning, she said that things happened during her ill-fated 2016 campaign that won’t happen again.
“Look, there were many funny things that happened in my election that will not happen again,” she told interviewer Jane Pauley. “And I’m hoping that both the public and press understand the way Trump plays the game.”
Clinton went on to claim Donald Trump was an “illegitimate president.”
“I believe he understands that the many varying tactics they used – from voter suppression and voter purging to hacking to the false stories – he knows that there were just a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out like it did.”
She also predicted Trump won’t be elected to a second term.
Bookmakers are saying a lot of people are betting on Hillary to be the 2020 Dem candidate running against Trump, so many people in fact, that a UK bookmaker has been forced to increase the odds of a rematch with President Trump to 20-1.
American Mirror – Clinton has risen to the seventh favorite for the 2020 nomination at Ladbrokes, a British bet maker, with new odds of 20-1 after a flood of bets predicting the former first lady will enter the presidential race.
“We’re baffled, to be honest,” Matthew Shaddick, head of Ladbrokes’ political division, told Newsweek. “We’ve taken more bets on her to be the Democratic candidate than any of the other runners.”
Clinton’s 20-1 odds on Ladbrokes is ahead of several declared candidates, including Sens. Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Fox News reports.
The betting site lists Sen. Elizabeth Warren as the front-runner with the best odds at 6-4, followed by former vice president Joe Biden at 5-2, and Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders at 5-1. Entrepreneur Andrew Yang, Sen. Kamala Harris and openly gay South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg are also ahead of Clinton at 16-1 odds of securing the nomination.