Chelsea Clinton: America is 'NOT the Country I Want My Kids to Grow Up In'
Younger Clinton blasts President Trump’s 'cruelty and inhumanity'
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton has blasted the United States, declaring that America is "not the country I want [my kids] to grow up in."
Speaking during an appearance on “The View” alongside her mother, Hillary Clinton, Chelsea blasted the US under Donald Trump's leadership, while citing fabricated quotes from the president to justify her claims.
After declaring that the United States is not good enough for her children, the younger Clinton falsely claimed that "President Trump wanted to dig a ditch at the border and put alligators and snakes and shoot migrants in the leg."
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“I am so proud of my mom," Chelsea gushed on The View, according to News Thud.
"I’m very biased toward her…love her very much and feel very protective of her, although I know she doesn’t need me to be.
"But, really my most important role now is as my kids' mom.
"You know I have a daughter Charlotte who just turned five last week, a son Aiden, he is three and baby Jasper just two months old,” Chelsea continued.
“And I think about the country they’re living in right now it’s not the country I want them to grow up in.
"We learned last night that President Trump wanted to dig a ditch at the border and put alligators and snakes and shoot migrants in the leg…
"The depth of cruelty and inhumanity towards migrants, towards people of color, towards LGBTQ community… is not the America I want my kids to grow up in.”
Elsewhere, Chelsea continued attacking Trump, describing him as a "scam."
Clinton said President Trump's “whole life has been a scam.”
“I do believe that he’s the greatest scam in American political history," she added.
“I think his whole life has been a scam, and I think, unfortunately — you know, people are suffering every day because his scam has thus far kind of asphyxiated at the highest levels,” Chelsea continued.
"[This] is not the America that I want my kids or Abby’s kids or kind of any of our kids and grandkids to grow up in," she added.
"I will do everything I can to ensure that is not the America that they grow up in.”