Hillary Clinton is 'Only Democrat Who Can Beat Trump,' Kamala Harris Mentor Claims
Willie Brown penned an op-ed published Saturday in the San Francisco Chronicle
Willie Brown penned an op-ed published Saturday in the San Francisco Chronicle titled:
“Who should run against Trump? How about Hillary Clinton?”
Brown's piece signals a possible Clinton presidential run if the rumors are to be believed.
“It’s time for Hillary Clinton to come out of retirement, lace up the gloves and get back in the ring with President Trump for what would be the biggest political rematch ever,” Brown wrote.
The former San Francisco mayor described Clinton as “the only candidate short of Barack Obama who has the brains, the battle-tested brawn, and the national presence to take out Trump.”
Brown then highlighted flaws surrounding the current front-running Democratic candidates, including former Vice President Joe Biden becoming “Trump’s main talking point in the whole Ukraine-China impeachment mess, which hardly helps him."
That’s when the light went on: “Rematch!”
Think about it. Hillary is still the smartest of the bunch. She’s also better known than any of the candidates, so she doesn’t need a lot of money.
Most of all, she can take a punch. Heck, she can take a 2-by-4 over the head and stay standing.
Brown says he hopes Clinton has learned from her electoral college defeat and 2016, describing it as “one of the worst-run campaigns ever."
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Now he believes Clinton seems “loose” and comes off as “funny, smart and natural.”
But according to Gallup tracking poll from September 2018, Clinton's favorability rating at a dreadful 36%.
Last week, Clinton predicted that Trump would lose the 2020 election.
Speaking about her own 2016 loss, Hillary blames "many funny things" that "will not happen again."
During a CBS News interview, due to air this weekend on "CBS Sunday Morning," Clinton describes Donald Trump as "an illegitimate president."
Hillary said she now better understands her president's tactics.
"Look, there were many funny things that happened in my election that will not happen again," she told CBS.
"And I'm hoping that both the public and press understand the way Trump plays the game," she said.