Hillary on Prospect of Biden Win: 'I'm Feeling Better Than I've Felt in 4 Years'
Failed presidential candidate gushes over media-projected Biden presidency
Former Secretary of State and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gushed over the prospect of President Donald Trump leaving the White House and an incoming Joe Biden presidency, saying it left her “feeling better than I have felt in four years.”
Speaking to the 2020 Reykjavík Global Forum and reported by CBS News, Clinton said she was looking forward to what Joe Biden and Kamala Harris bring to the White House.
Clinton told the executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, Melanne Verveer:
“I am feeling better than I have felt in four years."
“I feel really happy and relieved, very grateful, excited about the team of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, looking forward to seeing them take the office of president and vice president and bring our country together and get us back on the right track for the future.”
During Biden's Presidential 2020 campaign, Clinton has been all but silent.
But Clinton stated earlier this year that the election will not be over until “all the votes are counted," and every single challenge to every poll count was finalized.
Clinton has not been quiet in the past, however.
During a 2016 fundraiser in New York City, she described half of the Americans supporting Donald Trump as a “basket of deplorables,” describing them as “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic” people.
Earlier this year, Clinton said the United States needs to 'be ready' if President Donald Trump loses the election in November and refuses to leave the White House.
Clinton suggested there could be Russian meddling, telling Trevor Noah on The Daily Show she could not rule out foreign interference and voter suppression.
"Well, I think it is a fair point to raise as to whether or not, if he loses, he's going to go quietly or not," she said the time.
"And we have to be ready for that."
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The former secretary of State also pushed mail-in voting earlier this year, urging Americans earlier this year to “act now” so people can “safely cast a ballot in November."
"We need to act now to make sure every citizen can safely cast a ballot in November,” she said.
Despite Clinton's argument that voting by mail is free from fraud, federal data showed almost 28.4 million mail-in ballots disappeared since the 2012 election.