The former first lady and Secretary of State is a spry 72-years-old compared to the three men vying for the role of president of these United States in 2020. Those who remain standing are: Donald Trump 73, former VP Joe Biden 77, and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) 78.
Regardless, one must wonder what a President Clinton would have done about the coronavirus (COVID-19). She has spent her entire adult livelihood pursuing politics. Many people, other than Donald Trump, believe that the Russians and other circumstances beyond her control, stole the 2016 presidential election from her.
Clinton tweeted a warning about the virus:
‘Any human being can spread the virus, whether they’re a citizen or a permanent resident or a green card applicant or a refugee. Disease doesn’t discriminate, but this administration certainly does.’
Since then, she has written a cathartic book about her experience. As a political wonk, she knows exactly how to handle most crises. Clinton is nothing if not efficient. When she was Secretary of State, she took the record for most countries visited. President Barack Obama fought a fierce battle in 2008 against her, and not every opponent would recognize the opportunity of the offer he gave her, to be secretary of state.
Take Donald Trump, for example. He considers his past and future opponents as his mortal enemies. He is fond of talking about how the victors in authoritarian countries put their opponents in jail. He made her that promise right on the debate stage, although most people thought he was joking. As we have learned the hard way, Trump never really jokes.
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