It's safe to say that the 2016 presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was fraught with anger, tension and slurs relating to gender, reputability, and competency. "I've broken my toe".
The President in a tweet said he hopes the former Secretary of State who he called "crooked" contests in 2020.
"HRC on The Graham Norton Show, joking about how she caught her heel on some steps & twisted her ankle earlier today", he captioned the post.
Clinton said Sunday that Trump's attack on the National Football League players is one of the "very clear dog-whistles" the president sends to his political base, Fox News reported.
"Our intelligence community and other observers of Russian Federation and [Mr] Putin have said he held a grudge against me because as secretary of state, I stood up against some of his actions, his authoritarianism", Mrs Clinton said. I'm really, really sorry about that. We should no more listen to Hillary Clinton than we listened to Barack Obama during the referendum campaign telling us not to vote for Brexit.
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"Supposed to be interviewing Hillary Clinton... but she's fallen over and hurt her foot!"
In an appearance of Australia's news program Four Corners, the 2016 presidential candidate said of the Wikileaks founder: "I think Julian Assange was become a kind of nihilistic opportunist who does the bidding of a dictator".
Explaining why she didn't pause during her responses and tell Trump to "back off" as we wish we'd have the courage to do in a similar situation, Clinton said: 'You know, it's not easy for women to be passionate, even angry, in public; you know that.
Asked about Clinton during a press conference at the White House that afternoon, Trump told reporters, "Oh, I hope Hillary runs".
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) welcomes US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Russia's far eastern port city Vladivostok on September 8, 2012.