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 January 25, 2024

Hillary Clinton admits Trump will be the GOP nominee

While some of former President Donald Trump's critics inside and outside of the Republican Party do not believe he'll be the nominee, even former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knows better.

According to Breitbart, the multiple-time presidential failure used Trump's New Hampshire victory to fearmonger voters into believing that another Trump presidency will be bad, while somehow professing that another four years of President Joe Biden is a good thing.

Clinton made her thoughts on the outcome of the New Hampshire race clear in an X post.

"After the Republican primary in New Hampshire, the choice for November is becoming clearer than ever," Clinton wrote.

She added, "Will you choose expanding freedom and strengthening democracy with Biden, or more abortion bans and election denialism with Trump?" she asked. "I say: Four more years of progress."

Clinton's words, though not surprising, might have caught former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's campaign off-guard, as she essentially admitted that Trump is undoubtedly the GOP nominee.

Haley and her campaign team appear to believe that they still have a shot at going all the way, even though they've been trounced by Trump twice now.

After being easily beaten in moderate New Hampshire, where Haley had support from an untold amount of Democrats voting out of spite against Trump, the former governor attempted to remain optimistic.

"They’re falling all over themselves, saying this race is over. Well, I have news for all of them. New Hampshire is first in the nation. It is not the last," Haley said.

She then set her sights on her home state of South Carolina, where polling says Trump will likely win, too.

"There are dozens of states left to go, and the next one is my sweet state of South Carolina," Haley continued, omitting the fact that Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, a former GOP presidential rival, recently endorsed Trump.

Hillary Clinton is one of many high-profile Democrats attempting to swoop in and save President Biden's failing 2024 campaign and overall dismal chance of beating Trump.

The rhetoric coming from Clinton and others as November nears will be interesting to watch.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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