From the moment in which she was sent packing back in November, Hillary Clinton has been on the offensive against President Trump.
The former First Lady, joined by thousands of liberal lunatics around the country, have begun demonstrating their “resistance” pride in full by opposing every single, minute, routine move that the President makes simply for the sake of disagreeing with him. If you think that this sounds like the tactics employed by 5th graders during recess, you’d be correct.
Whether it’s the President’s plan for massive tax reforms, securing our borders, or renegotiating disastrous trade deals the world over, the left is automatically against it merely in order to show their solidarity for one another. This counterproductive nonsense has stalled the Commander in Chief’s agenda more than once, and has even turned some of the more wishy-washy republicans against him as well. (We’re looking at you, John McCain).
Now, in order to maintain her “resistance” credentials amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal, (seeing as they were such good friends), Hillary Clinton is now attacking the President’s stances on Iran and North Korea, insinuating that Trump is being “too tough” on these two global agitators.
“With his tough talk and hardline stances on Iran and North Korea, President Donald Trump is damaging America’s credibility abroad – and could provoke a nuclear-arms race in East Asia, Hillary Clinton says.
“Trump’s recent threat to decertify the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, ‘makes us look foolish and small and plays right into Iranian hands,’ Clinton said last week.
“‘That is bad not just on the merits for this particular situation, but it sends a message across the globe that America’s word is not good,’ said Clinton, who spoke in advance of Trump’s announcement Friday that he wants Congress and the other nations that negotiated the deal to toughen the requirements for Iran.
“‘This particular president is, I think, upending the kind of trust and credibility of the United States’ position and negotiation that is imperative to maintain.'”
Of course, during her time as Secretary of State, Clinton was definitely unable to make any headway with either Iran or North Korea, leaving our nation vulnerable to the situation that we find ourselves in today.
Clinton’s sticks and stones approach to Donald Trump’s presidency has largely been wrought with frivolity on account of her own inaction while orchestrating the garnering of personal wealth from her desk at the State Department. Where the former Secretary should have been working diplomatically on these issues, she was instead creation a pay-to-play system that simply seeded the coffers of The Clinton Foundation.