Hillary Clinton claims she would have been 'better' and 'more successful' than Trump


Former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, spoke to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme about the upcoming presidential race. Mrs Clinton had admitted that she thought about running for President again “all the time” after losing to Donald Trump in 2016. She also told host Mishal Husain that her ultimate goal was to “retire” Mr Trump.

She said: “I think about the kind of president I would have been all the time.

“I think about what I would have done.

“How, obviously, I would have been different.

“I think I would have been a better, more successful President.”

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She added: “Right now, we’ve got a campaign going. We’ve got people already running.

“We have to figure out how we make the case

“That’s what I’m really focused on.”

Contenders for the Democratic Party nomination includes former Vice-President under Barack Obama, Joe Biden, US Senator Elizabeth Warren and Clinton’s challenger for the 2016 nomination, Bernie Sanders.

However, the former First Lady kept her lips sealed on whether she did have a preference.

Mrs Clinton refused name any, saying that the nomination was “a process”.

She said: “The process is unfolding, and I know that as well as anybody

“We’ll see who emerges.

“Right now, there’s four or five or six people who are contesting for that.”


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