Hillary Clinton: Trump Has Made Me ‘Sick to My Stomach’
Clinton comments on Trump's involvement with Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s case
Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Wednesday commented during an appearance on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show,” on President Donald Trump's involvement with Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s case and pardoning Army veterans Clint Lorance and Matthew Golsteyn.
Clinton, who was finishing telling a story off Navy SEALs saving women and children at Osama bin Laden’s compound after successfully killing him during the Obama era; she turned her attention to Trump.
“When I think about the American military, that’s who I think about," Clinton said.
“I am sick to my stomach about what Trump did pardoning three men who were testified against by their own men because of the way that they behaved.”
“It’s his perverse understanding of courage and war.”
Earlier this year, when Trump invoked his executive privilege to pardon several military members, Hillary Clinton responded to the news by calling his actions "grotesque."
Clinton also admitted on the Howard Stern Show that attending Trump’s inauguration was one of the most difficult days of her life.
Shortly after #NancyPelosi announced she was instructing House Democrats to draft articles of #impeachment against President Donald Trump, a delighted #HillaryClinton celebrated the news by gushing that "no one is above the law."— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) December 6, 2019
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During an interview Clinton said:
“You know, I went to the inauguration of Donald Trump, which was one of the hardest days of my life, to be honest.”
“When you’re standing there watching this guy, what the hell is going through your head?” Stern asked, before noting he was watching her more than watching Trump.
“Obviously, I was crushed, I was disappointed, and I was really surprised because I couldn’t figure out what had happened,” she said.