Hillary Clinton does not “hate” President Donald Trump.
The “Gutsy” star, who created the Apple TV Plus series with his daughter Chelsea Clinton, 42, has been accused of tackling the politics of the former leader of the free world and his impeachment for spurring violence. “absolutely” hates what he encourages.In his proof of election victory for President Joe Biden last January, he personally disliked him after he defeated her in 2016. There is none.
After being asked if he hated the 76-year-old former commander-in-chief, the 74-year-old politician told PEOPLE magazine: “I don’t hate him. I consider this, what he encouraged, to be a clear and present danger to our country, and I love our country.”
Hillary doesn’t consider her opposition to Trump “personal,” but has evoked his “dangerous” behavior. For example, at a 2017 Charlottesville rally he called a white supremacist – Heather, where Heyer died after being run over by members of the alt-right – “the nice guy.”
“It’s not personal. I mean, he’s said and done a lot of things that I think are dangerous. I want to speak out against it and to encourage people to oppose it.” I will do everything I can.”
Chelsea stressed the importance of overcoming “hate” and being kinder.
“Donald Trump has not only weaponized hate, he has also mainstreamed and mainstreamed it into our political, cultural, social and even normative discourse. I think it’s important — for those of us who have found his demagoguery, his narcissism, his hatred apparatus, is that when we are our best selves, we are right and good and actually rooted. We are very repugnant to the kind of thing that we believe is essentially American: our ability to effectively confront his actions.
“I think it’s important not to succumb to personal hatred — I think his hate plot is very nasty, but focus on what’s nasty, counteract it, and not succumb to the temptation of hate.” I will try to anticipate it.”