Hillary and Bill Clinton are touring Canada right now for whatever reason.
It is because they need money?
Is it because Hillary needs to stay relevant in order to run again in 2020?
According to Hillary, though, America needs to be more like Canada.
Bill and Hillary Clinton told a Bell Centre audience that their fellow Americans should look to Canada as a model of diversity and inclusion during a talk on Wednesday night.
The former president and former secretary of state were in town for the third stop on their tour across the United States and several Canadian cities, which has been billed as a series of “conversations.” Fashion designer Tanya Taylor moderated the event.
Hillary: “The world will rely on models, like Canada, to make sense of itself.“
There are two certainties in life.
Forget death and taxes.
1: The Clintons will always get away with everything.
2: Hillary’s uncontrollable coughing fits that prove daily she’s physically unfit to have been commander-in-chief.
Check out the video below of the former secretary of state in Canada bashing President Trump:
— CTV News (@CTVNews) November 28, 2018
Is Clinton gearing up for a third presidential run?
All signs point to…potentially.
Hillary recently declared she’d “like to be president” and is confident a Democrat will defeat Trump in 2020.
“We’re going to talk about 2020 in a minute — do you want to run again?” [Recode’s Kara] Swisher asked.
“Well, I— well, I’d like to be president.”
“Look, I think, hopefully, when we have a Democrat in the Oval Office in January of 2021, there’s going to be so much work to be done.”
From Washington Times:
In an interview with the British newspaper published Friday, the former secretary of state and twice-failed presidential candidate accused President Trump of being “quite a student of authoritarian regimes” who craves adulation and “dominance over any situation he finds himself in.”
Mrs. Clinton said Mr. Trump fits the description of authoritarian movements and leaders throughout history who worked to “destroy a common base of fact and evidence” and create an “alternative reality.”
Clinton: “One of the ways you do that is by consistently attacking the press. Now [Mr. Trump] doesn’t attack Fox News, because they’re like a wholly owned subsidiary of Trump and the Republican party now. So he attacks the press and the broadcast media that raise questions about him, that don’t give him fidelity and loyalty.“
Clinton: “You watch Fox News, it’s always, ‘Something terrible is about to happen,’ ‘Something terrible did happen,’ ‘These people are doing all these awful things.’ It is totally divorced from reality, but it is superb propaganda. I don’t know the best way to puncture that. You have to hope that reality catches up with politics and entertainment at some point.“
Clinton: “I believe that where we are now in the political cycle is that the press does not know how to cover these candidates who are setting themselves on fire every day, who are masters of diversion and distraction.“
Clinton: “So at some point, the press has to get smarter because that’s basically how most voters get their information. If you’re into both-side-ism — so, you know, on the one hand this, and on the other hand that — really there’s no factual basis, there’s no evidence, there’s no record. Everybody lies, everybody gilds the lily. It doesn’t really matter. That just opens a door to somebody like him.“