US media: Hillary is still dishonest and out of touch, she will never be president

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US media: Hillary is still dishonest and out of touch, she will never be president

2018-11-15 00:25:00 188 ℃

Compile: Wang Dehua

Pro Trump's US Fox News Network commented on the 14th that Hillary Clinton is still unreal, unlikable, and out of touch - she will never be president.

The translation is as follows:

A column published this week by The Wall Street Journal sparked rumors that Hillary Clinton might run for president in 2020.

This article discusses the public's differing views of Hillary Clinton over the past 30 years. However, none of these versions believe that she will become president. No matter how hard she tries to reinvent herself, she can't change her identity on the core issues: untrustworthy, unacceptable, and unprincipled.

According to the column of Mark Payne and Andrew Stein, titled "Hillary will run again" - Hillary Clinton version 1.0 was a "popular" when it was the first lady in 1994. Advances in health care."

Hilary version 2.0 was a moderate when it successfully ran for the Senate, and then lost to Obama in 2008 when the Democratic primary was elected.

In 2016, Sheila 3.0 became a progressive person, and she was further left leaning because of her challenger Bernie Sanders in the Democratic presidential nomination. Payne and Stein predict that Clinton's version 4.0 will run for president in 2020, when she will return to her source as a progressive.

But in fact, there are many different versions of Clinton, which is the problem.

Hilary is not credible. David Axelrod, Obama’s former adviser and Democratic strategist, made this point when he talked about Clinton and the 2016 election.

Over the years, Clinton’s authenticity has also suffered a major blow as she changed her policy stance based on political trends. This makes people feel that she is not rooted in any core beliefs.

The trade problem may be the biggest damage Hillary has suffered in the “rust zone”. During her tenure as Secretary of State in 2012, she supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (tpp) and even called it the “gold standard.” However, in 2016, under the close attention of Bernie Sanders and Trump, she changed her position.

Clinton also has a flattering question. In an interview with the Washington Post, Democrat pollster Peter Hart said: "I attribute it to one thing, and there is only one thing, that is flattering." p>

In the Democratic primary election debate held in New Hampshire in 2008, the moderator also mentioned the issue of “favorite”. He said that voters were impressed with Clinton’s resume, but “on a flattering issue. Hesitant." Obama once joked that she was "sweet enough" during the exchange.

Hilary’s notorious “unfortunate” commentary also emphasizes this. Trump responded to Hillary’s statement that his supporters were “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, and terrorist-Islamic” and responded that Hillary “has shown true to ordinary Americans.” Despise."

Other misconducts also illustrate the disconnect between Hillary and the voters. In 2014, in response to ABC's question about her $200,000 lecture fee, Hillary said that she and President Bill Clinton "are not only penniless and indebted when coming out of the White House."

Presiding President Clinton received a $15 million advance payment when he left the White House and was published in a draft. Former First Lady Hillary’s memoirs received $8 million.

In the 2020 Democratic primary, Hillary may not stand out. Her time has passed. She is a relic of the past. No matter the polling expert, the speech writer or the consultant, she can't change her identity – that's why she will never be president.