The two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton showed the world once again how bitter she still is about her 2016 loss when she spoke out to express her hopes that President Donald Trump will be defeated in the presidential election next month.

While appearing on comedian Conan O’Brien’s podcast “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend” on Tuesday, Clinton held nothing back as she showcased her deranged disdain for President Trump.

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“I do think that we have to admit that we’ve made progress. We’ve made progress in these two really thorny, difficult areas of our communal life namely, namely race and sex,” she said. “We’ve seen racism, and we’ve seen sexism that we’ve had to fight against and overcome, and we’ve had to change the laws, and there’s a constant pushback that sometimes is not as, you know, visible or effective as it can become.”

“So when I look at where we are, I think that Trump and his enablers gave a lot of permission to people to say things and act in ways that were deeply racist and misogynistic,” Clinton added. “Part of what I hope part of this election will be about is reclaiming any ground that’s been lost and continue to push forward because it’s unfinished business. If anybody lived through the last months, how can you not see the need for a moral reckoning with systemic racism? How can you deny that?”

Later in the podcast, O’Brien talked about how “embarrassed” he is to have Trump as a president.

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“You do not have to be an ethicist to know that this president has completely undermined the norms of behavior, and as a dad, I’m embarrassed. I’m embarrassed, and I’ve, several times, said to my kids, I’m sorry,” he said melodramatically. “I’m sorry that this is the president that you’ve got.”

That’s when Clinton really let loose on the president, exposing her own Trump derangement syndrome.

“This is an aberration,” Clinton said. “I’ve had the opportunity to meet a lot of presidents, Republicans and Democrats, and on human level, as you’re describing, you could feel the humanity. You could sense the values – the norms – whether you agreed with them or not. But you knew that this was a person who had thought a lot and really struggled and often overcame problems in his or her own life.”

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“What we’re going through now is just so different from anything that I think we’ve ever experienced, really,” she added. “So I’m hoping that we end this experiment, this national nightmare, in this election.”

Clinton may think she’s accomplishing something in terms of hurting Trump’s chances in the election here, but in reality, she’s not going to sway any voter who had panned to vote for him from doing so. Instead, all she’s doing is showing that she is a bitter woman who still can’t stand the fact that she lost to Trump fair and square four years ago. As Trump himself would say, “SAD!”

This piece was written by James Samson on October 14, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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