Should Hillary Clinton Be Banned From Politics?

She lost her chance at being President, now she’s touring the country and complaining to all the Liberal News outlets.
She constantly decries sexism and any other talking point she can muck up to redirect her failures on others.How may such an individual, with an absolutely HORRIBLE career record be expected to serve the public anymore? Should Hillary be banned from politics?
Clinton, of course, has firmly denied any interest within the 2020 race.Her current press tour is to promote a book she cowrote along with herfemale offspring, Chelsea, that comes out this month.To Bannon,
though, Clinton’s press junket could be acertain sign she’s jockeying for position prior the presidential primary. “Hillary Clinton is doing an entireissue,” he said.“A meeting this week for a book…she said
[Trump is] ANfelonious president, illegitimate president…he’s a clear and present danger.” Clinton did sodecision Trump AN “illegitimate president” on CBS News’s Sunday Morning show this weekend. “I believe he understands that the variousvariableways they used, from voter suppression and voter purging to hacking to the false stories…there were just a bunch of different reasons why the election clothed love it did,” she said of Trump.In the wake of the country story, she has conjointly
tweeted that the president is a “corrupt human tornado,” a line she used on CBS as well. Of course, these remarks aren’t too so muchabroad from what she’s aforementionedconcerning Trump before—back in 2017 she
called the president “impulsive” and “vindictive” and said the “whole world should be concerned” by his reign of terror.Sure, she’s zeroed in on Trump’s corruption in recent press appearances, but the fact that her book tour coincided with the Ukraine story seems to be coincidence. Moreover, if she is trying a comeback, it might not be as smooth as could be hoped. Clinton’s
remark that staying in her wedding to President was the “gutsiest thing” she’s ever done on a personal level raised some eyebrows, as did her comments to People that the body politic should “get over” Biden’s habit of touching girls in ways in whichcreate them feel uncomfortable.“You could take any person who sticks their little head above the parapet and says, ‘I’m going to run for president,’ and find…a very little annoying habit or differentquite behavior that folksargetting todecide
apart and disagree with,” she said. “We can pick apart anybody. I mean, that’s a great spectator sport. But this man who’s there in the Oval Office right now poses a clear and present danger to the future of the United States. So get over it.”