Hillary’s back. Chelsea’s all over Twitter and making babies. I’m sorry America, but you will never be rid of the Clintons.
Hillary Clinton gave what seemed to be a hint at her future plans at a Saint Patrick’s Day event in Scranton, Pa., on Friday.
Speaking at the 19th annual Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration for the Society of Irish Women, the failed 2016 presidential candidate made a reference to the highly publicized first sighting of Clinton following her election loss to Donald Trump, when two days later a hiker in Chappaqua ran into Clinton while on a walk in the woods, and snapped a picture with her.
“I am ready to come out of the woods,” Clinton said. “And to help shine a light on what is already happening around kitchen tables, at dinners like this, to help draw strength that will enable everybody to keep going.”
Well, I guess it depends on how you want to phrase it. “Takeover” sounds scary, but there is no doubt that Clinton and many others are hoping to undermine this president and would rather have Pence running things.
But the notion that anyone close to Pence is trying to unseat President Trump is laughable. That’s not who Pence is, far as I can tell.
WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange said on Tuesday, without offering any proof, that Hillary Clinton and intelligence officials “close to” Vice President Pence are working to undermine Donald Trump’s presidency in an effort to replace him with his vice president, the Washington Examiner reported.
In the first of a pair of tweets from an account WikiLeaks said was activated by its founder, Assange claimed that Trump’s 2016 presidential election opponent Hillary Clinton stated privately this month that she is “pushing for a Pence takeover.” He claimed Clinton views Pence as “predictable hence defeatable.”
Pence later called the tweets “absurd” and “offensive.”