Hillary Clinton Nods in Agreement When Introduced as the 'Real President'
Clinton attended a recent event with Gwen Carr, the mother to the late Eric Garner
Hillary Clinton, the twice-failed presidential candidate, is still under the delusion that she is "the real president" of the United States almost two years loss to Donald Trump on November 8, 2016.
Clinton attended a recent event with Gwen Carr, the mother to the late Eric Garner, where the former first lady was introduced as "the real president."
In response to the introduction, the Democrat nodded and smiled along as if it were a reality.
This sort of thing is par for the course with Hillary, though.
Still, not over the loss, rumors have circled that Hillary could run a third time as former close aide Philippe Reines hinted she could be a candidate for the presidency in 2020 in a recent interview with Politico.
"On Friday, Former Hillary Clinton Aide Philippe Reines made comments that sparked rumors of a third presidential run. Reines, who worked with Clinton in the Senate, in the State Department, and during her 2016 presidential campaign, told Politico that a third Clinton run is unlikely — but not entirely off the table," notes Bustle.
WATCH: Hillary Clinton smiles and nods in agreement when she is introduced as “the real president.” pic.twitter.com/aBhRT61GGX— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) October 21, 2018
At some point this is just sad. Sad the way some people think the earth is flat or that chocolate milk comes from brown cows...like I know you want this to be true, but it never will be. https://t.co/lYJlF7rvfR— Angela Morabito (@AngelaLMorabito) October 21, 2018
As is the case with so many of our beloved seniors, the shock of being told she lost to Donald Trump would be too much for her, so they all just go along with her. It’s a common technique people use for their Gam gams so we have more time with them.— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 22, 2018
The president of what? Bitterville?— It’s The Great Skydash Charlie Brown (@skydash) October 21, 2018
"Clinton, despite her enormous flaws and two presidential defeats, can’t be ruled out as the party’s best hope. God knows she wants it more than anybody else," said a New York Post piece published Saturday.
Additionally, Hillary and former President Bill Clinton recently announced a six-month speaking tour.