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 September 25, 2023

Hillary Clinton warns of Russian interference in 2024 presidential election

Failed presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton just can't seem to let Russia go.

According to Fox News, Clinton returned to the spotlight over the weekend with the tired Democratic talking point -- and her excuse for losing in 2016 -- about Russia interfering in America's presidential elections.

In a Sunday interview with MSNBC's Jen Psaki, Clinton warned that America should pay close attention to Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding potential interference in the upcoming 2024 election.

Psaki sounded to many as if she's already laying the groundwork for a Biden loss next year, priming the numerous excuses, including Russia's possible involvement.

"He has indeed interfered in our elections in the past," Psaki said, referring to Putin.

"It’s not something, as you experienced firsthand, is not something we talk about a lot. Do you fear that that is something that could be happening for 2024, do you think we should be talking about it more?" she asked the former secretary of state.

She also sounded like she was making yet another round of asinine excuses as to why she lost in 2016 to Donald Trump.

"I don’t think, despite all of the deniers, there is any doubt that he interfered in our election, or that he has interfered in many ways in the internal affairs of other countries, funding political parties, funding political candidates, buying off government officials in different places," Clinton said.

Clinton continued, "He hates democracy. He particularly hates the West and he especially hates us. And he has determined that he can do two things simultaneously. He can try to continue to damage and divide us internally, and he's quite good at it."

Clinton added, "Part of the reason he worked so hard against me is because he didn’t think that he wanted me in the White House."

Not surprisingly, Clinton was absolutely torched across social media for her remarks.

It'll be interesting to see if Democrats run with that next year if a Republican presidential candidate wins the White House.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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