Clinton got more votes than Trump -- Paula Dent


Clinton got more votes than Trump -- Paula Dent

Hillary Clinton in the United Kingdom on a tour to promote her autobiography What Happened, today revealed that she will not be running for President against Donald Trump in 2020.

Trump also jabbed at Clinton on Monday over her support for National Football League players who kneel during the playing of the National Anthem, citing it as indicative of why she fell short in 2016.

'No, I'm not going to run again, ' the former Democratic candidate told a host on BBC Radio 4. "But I think I myself could have perhaps done a better job in reaching out and reassuring women and white voters in general, and I think I was on my way to winning as I say in the book, until Jim Comey's letter, aided and abetted by the Russian WikiLeaks information weaponisation", Clinton told The Economist Asks.

Clinton claimed Tuesday that she is perfectly positioned to be a constant thorn in Trump's side during his presidency. And guess what? He wants Clinton to run against him again.

Speaking during an interview at the Southbank Centre's London Literature Festival, Clinton praised NFL players who kneel during the National Anthem and argued the move isn't disrespectful to the American flag.

"It's that thinking - that is the reason she lost the election", he said.

"There are a lot of reasons she didn't win, including the fact that she was not good at what she did", Trump said.

"It is very disrespectful to our country when they take a knee during the national anthem, number one". All you have to do is look at their ratings and look at their stadiums. "A lot of people are very angry at it", he said.

"So I don't blame voters for feeling like okay, it's okay to vote for me, but then having something interrupt that thought process and their decision being put on hold and eventually going against me", Clinton added.