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Posted 26 days ago , edited 25 days ago
run again in 2020

the Clinton Family/Organization is determined to control the white house/country again

i'm sure they are working on their plan right now as we speak

with Clinton Family and the Clinton New Network + its affiliates exposed

so the first things on the agenda for them are probably

1- no more emails (wikileaks)

2- everyone will have to go through x-ray or stripped search for hidden camera before going into meetings/ fundraisers (project veritas)

3- no more electronics at all during closed door meetings (undercover video "deplorables,naive basement dwellers)

the hidden true behind closed door should never be exposed to the public again

so i'm sure they are working on those steps right now to ready for the next election.

in the mean while just vote "NO" on everything that the republicans are proposing
Posted 26 days ago
lol, you forgot the /sarc tag
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Posted 26 days ago , edited 26 days ago
Them running again................hah what a load of bullshit they might as well commit political suicide along with actual suicide.

Oh wait they're already dead in the water politically.
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Hilllary lost, but she didn't lose to McCain, Romney or even Bush. No, no. Instead, she lost to Trump. That has to hurt. What is her political future? Is she ruined?


Well, she also lost to Obama--rather dramatically--eight years ago. She just stubbornly refused to admit it.
(And just thought "Eh, was just a bad break, polls were against me, I can try again after the Sec. of State thing.")
Even after the Superdelegates were all in Obama's pocket, we still had vague threats that Hillary would try to "Break up" the '08 convention to get them back like she "deserved".

Of course, since the Republicans have willfully gone into Michael Dukakis mode against her, that means she'll probably admit it this time, or at least everyone else will remind her of it.
Or, at least, in the most polite scenario, historically analyze "What mistakes did your campaign make?" like the network pundits were doing immediately after the Electoral votes turned, to the point that her political career becomes permanently associated with "Seriously: You actually freakin' LOST to this guy?? "
In Hillary's case, it's not about who wins, the fault's USUALLY about who loses.
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This is probably the most ridiculous thing I've ever read, but sadly, not outside the realm of possibility. We did just elect a reality TV star as our president after all.
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Well, didn't happen though I wonder if she had won the EC could she honestly take the oath of office on the Bible (pfffhhhtt, no biggie she lies all the time, hasn't been struck by lightning yet) or would it be the safer more prudent course to plead the 5th Amendment?
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Posted 26 days ago
I don't see her in politics from now on. Nobody is saying anything yet, but I suspect there is a huge amount of disappointment and even resentment toward her from the left. She won't get nominated again.
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Posted 26 days ago
She will continue to pedal political influence by laundering the cash through the Clinton foundation as she has done for years. She just won't get as much as she would have if she had been elected lol.
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I predict she will flee the country.

If not, jail is likely. Giuliani, Trump's probable Attorney General, has made is clear he will appoint a special investigator to investigate her. Giuliani's Justice Department will not be under orders to not issue subpoenas, conduct searches, nor call a Grand Jury that prevented them from gathering the evidence against Clinton.

If Obama pardons Clinton, if she takes the pardon, she and her camp are done for. Accepting a pardon is, legally, an admission of guilt. Which I doubt Clinton or Obama would want on their 'legacy'...what little will remain of it.
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Posted 26 days ago
Who cares. People like her are the reason Trump won. So much of his following were people who were fed up with the political class on both sides. One of the most resonating things he plans to do besides getting the immigration problem under control, was that he plans on making an amendment ( if congress lets him) to implement term limits on politicians. Which should have been put into the Constitution to begin with. And what exactly is the credentials for being a politician. Why do you have to be a Lawyer, which is so many backgrounds of these guys

That besides the point I wish Trump the best.
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Posted 26 days ago , edited 26 days ago
I think it's about time she retires. She's already in bad health, and this election would've reduced her lifespan more than enough.
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Her ambitions for the White House died two nights ago after spending the last 24 years preparing for her victory.

She used her time as a senator as a stepping stone for her campaign in 2008 and lost to Obama in the primaries. She waited for Obama's final term to run again in what everyone expected to be her coronation. This time she had the DNC manipulating the primaries to sabotage her opponent, she had the support of nearly every elected democrat from the very beginning, she had the full backing of almost all the major news networks, and she used her influence to help republicans nominate their weakest candidate and she still lost despite all that. She lost to an entertainer being sued for a university scam and sexual assault allegations that followed the release of a tape that shows him bragging about it. Nothing can be more humiliating than that. There's no possible way to recover from this.

The whole world now knows just how corrupt her friends in the DNC were. It was too late to stop her from getting the nomination, but there's no way to win in the future. Her political career is finally in its grave. I can't help but feel like this is karma finally catching up to her after years of scandals that failed to bring her down and caring about nothing but the Oval Office. Trump will have his chance to fail miserably if he decides to run again in 2020 and faces a candidate with not even a quarter of Hillary's baggage (and I pray that it's not Kanye). Right now it's Hillary who is the laughing stock of American politics. This was no doubt her final presidential campaign.
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Posted 26 days ago , edited 26 days ago
Retirement, with all that money spent and poor results that would be the right thing to do.

If the Democrats don't embrace some economic populism they will keep hemorrhaging working class and lower middle class voters.
Trump understood this, establishment Democrats didn't, look who won.
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