Hillary Clinton Warns Trump: I ‘Will Never Be Out of the Game’
'Our democracy is at stake'
Hillary Clinton has said she "will never be out of the game of politics" in a veiled warning to Donald Trump, decalring that she will always be "involved" despite not running for anything.
The twice-failed presidential candidate said she would remain in the political world with running for public office.
"I will never be out of the game of politics," Clinton said during an interview with ABC News’s "Good Morning America" on Monday.
"I’m not going to be running for anything," before declaring "our democracy is at stake."
She then used the interview to cite the so-called "insurrection" at the Capitol on Jan. 6, balming "disinformation" on Facebook.
"I really feel our democracy is at stake, and there’s many reasons for that," she said.
"Some of them we saw on the screen with the insurrection, some of them because of the revelations about Facebook that creates a world of disinformation instead of, you know, one that we can agree on what the facts are."
"I really am worried about what’s happening at home and around the world," she said.
"So, I’m never going to get out of, you know, being involved, worried, and hopefully, trying to help in some way."
Last month, Clinton demonized Trump supporters during an interview with CBS Mornings host Gayle King.
Clinton was asked if she was concerned about another Islamic terror attack following Biden's disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Hillary then gunned for Trump supporters:
“I think you always have to be vigilant, Gayle, and certainly that, unfortunately, comes with living in the world as we know it today, but actually, I am more concerned about internal threats."
"We always have to be aware of and protect against external threats."
"But really, what is tearing our country apart and threatening our democracy is what we saw on January 6,” Hillary said.
More recelty, Clinton took a jab at Republicans claiming they were trying to suppress votes with integrity laws.
They are attempting to "undermine our democracy," accusing them of trying to "suppress votes" and "change the way elections are determined."
"They're going to try to give legislatures the power to basically throw out elections if they don't go their way because now they want to be able to win, even if they lose the popular vote and they legitimately lose the Electoral College," she said.