Two-time presidential loser Hillary Clinton went on a Twitter tirade Tuesday, criticizing President Trump as usual and laying out her battle strategy for Democrats to regain power.
Clinton opened the thread by promoting her unpopular book What Happened, explaining that her “fears for our country’s future” weren’t “overblown.”
In a stunning display of projection, Clinton blamed Trump – despite no proof being found after two years – for undermining the 2016 election, and for “breathtaking corruption.”
“Donald Trump refuses to be subject to the law. The legitimacy of our elections is in doubt. The president is waging war on the truth. The administration is undermining the national unity that makes democracy possible. And then there’s the breathtaking corruption,” Clinton tweeted.
The former Secretary of State then asserted that Trump emerged not as a result of the American people’s dissatisfaction with the outsourcing U.S. jobs, a stagnant economy, soaring trade deficits, high taxes and regulations, or endless wars, but because of the “radicalism” of the GOP and “decades of demeaning government.”
“We should be clear about this: The increasing radicalism and irresponsibility of the Republican Party, including decades of demeaning government, demonizing Democrats, and debasing norms, is what gave us Donald Trump,” she tweeted.
She goes on to list how the Democrats can regain control of the government, including forcing future candidates to release their tax returns, and rewriting the Constitution by abolishing the Electoral College.
Clinton concluded her rant by discouraging voters to think about their approval of Trump’s policies in terms of the last four years (because most people would approve of more money in their pockets and historically high black and Hispanic employment), but to think about the country in more general terms.
Meanwhile, Trump has continued to point out “Crooked Hillary’s” quantifiable hypocrisy in recent months, such as her campaign colluding with Russia to craft the infamous Steele Dossier used to spy on Trump campaign officials leading up to the 2016 presidential election.