Trump Steals Clinton’s Slogan – Hillary Claps Back Like A Pro


The Irish poet Oscar Wilde said that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness.” That appears to be written with Donald Trump in mind. Now that POTUS is hot on the 2020 presidential campaign trail, he has decided to lift a few items belonging to his former 2016 presidential candidate Secretary Hillary Clinton.

It appears that 45 suddenly likes the former secretary of State’s “health care,” taxes, and “voting rights.” Clinton must have enjoyed a laugh at that as she wrote this tweet:

‘Now copy my plan on health care, a fairer tax system, and voting rights.

Then, Secretary Clinton pointed readers to her “Vision for America.” In it she described her plan for a number of different government systems. Her plan for health care was:

‘Universal, quality, affordable health care for everyone in America.’

Clinton also supported a fair tax system:

‘Making sure the wealthy, Wall Street, and corporations pay their fair share in taxes.’

The woman Trump stole the election from also wanted voting rights, saying:

‘We should be making it easier to vote, not harder.’

In addition, Clinton described the rest of her vision. It is hard to imagine that the sitting president would be able to comprehend all of her plans for:

  1. An economy that works for everyone
  2. An end to Alzheimer’s disease
  3. Addiction and substance use
  4. Autism
  5. Campaign finance reform
  6. Campus sexual assault
  7. Climate change
  8. Combatting terrorism and keeping the homeland safe
  9. Criminal justice reform
  10. Disability rights
  11. Early childhood education
  12. Fixing America’s infrastructure
  13. Gun violence prevention
  14. HIV and AIDS
  15. Housing
  16. Immigration reform
  17. Jobs and wages
  18. K-12 education
  19. Labor and workers’ rights
  20. LGBT rights and equality
  21. Making college debt-free and taking on student debt
  22. Manufacturing
  23. Mental Health
  24. Military and defense
  25. National security
  26. National service
  27. Paid family and medical leave
  28. Poverty
  29. Protecting animals and wildlife
  30. Racial justice
  31. Rural communities
  32. Small business
  33. Social Security and Medicare
  34. Technology and innovation
  35. Veterans, the armed forces, and their families
  36. Wall Street reform
  37. Women’s rights and opportunity
  38. Workforce skills and job training

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