Hillary Clinton says “IT’S OVER” for Possible 2020 Presidential Run

Hillary Clinton announced that she will not be running for public office again. “As an active politician, it’s over,” Clinton said in an interview with CBS.

“I couldn’t get the job done, and I’ll have to live with that for the rest of my life.”

Clinton who was Howard Stern’s preferred presidential choice said she was “gobsmacked” or utterly astonished by her loss to Donald Trump. “I went, into a frenzy of closet cleaning, and long walks in the woods, playing with my dogs, and, as I write—yoga, alternate nostril breathing, which I highly recommend, trying to calm myself down. And you know, my share of Chardonnay. It was a very hard transition. I really struggled,” she said. “I couldn’t feel, I couldn’t think. I was just gob-smacked, wiped out.”

Trying to find reasons for her loss, Clinton described her failing as a “perfect storm” of white people, misogyny, and Russians fighting against her. Although she does admit to her own mistakes, she also has plenty of blame for other people, including former FBI director James Comey and Senator Bernie Sanders.

After losing the election to Donald Trump she had a decision to make. Would she be attending the inauguration? Defeated candidates do not automatically attend Presidential inaugurations but Hillary Clinton was also a former first lady.

“But I’m a former first lady, and former presidents and first ladies show up,” she said. “And so there I was, on the platform, you know, feeling like an out-of-body experience. And then his speech, which was a cry from the white nationalist gut.”

“He was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, comfort, settle grievances, for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others.”

“Millions of white people,” Clinton said.

And then the Russians. “The forces that were at work in 2016 were unlike anything that I’ve ever seen or read about. It was a perfect storm,” Clinton said.

Howard Stern: Nobody wanted Hillary Clinton to win more than Donald Trump

Donald Trump is all about winning. Recently his good friend Howard Stern said on his SiriusXM radio show that “nobody wanted Hillary [Clinton] to win more than Donald Trump.”

He made the comment Monday after playing a clip of the president telling Reuters, “I loved my previous life. I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier.”

Stern corroborated the likely validity of Trump’s reflection, saying he was “being very honest.”

The radio host had explained earlier in the program that “I know Trump’s life. I’ve seen it up close. He’s got the kind of life that politicians want.”

He added, “Seventy-year-old guy who has made so much money—have billions of dollars—that he has his own helicopter, he has his own airplane, he’s got his hot wife. He’s got fame from a number one television show. He has the life.”

Stern then explained that, despite the downsides, the businessman probably continued running for president because he could not say no.

Stern expressed similar thoughts on his show in early February, telling the audience that Trump is “pissed he won. He still wants Hillary Clinton to win.”

CNN notes that the radio host also predicted that the presidency would be “detrimental to his [Trump’s] mental health too, because, he wants to be liked, he wants to be loved.”

Although Stern reportedly backed Clinton in the 2016 presidential race, he and Trump have been friendly over the past 20 years.

Report Finds Establishment Media Blatantly In Favor Of Establishment Candidate, Hillary Clinton.

hillary-clintonMedia bias in political coverage is hardly new.

This election appears to be have reached new levels of slanted coverage, one media watchdog says, with a report showing negative news coverage of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outweighing positive coverage by an overwhelming 11-to-1 margin.

According to the report produced by the Media Research Center, during the evening news shows from July 29th through October 20th, roughly 91% of mentions of Donald Trump were in a negative context on the three major non-cable television networks, ABC, CBS, and NBC. Only 9% of news stories on Trump carried by those three networks were positive towards the Republican nominee.

While the three major TV networks dedicated more than 440 minutes covering Trump’s personal controversies, such as his tax returns and past statements on women, only 185 minutes worth of coverage were used to discuss Clinton’s personal issues, including her email scandal, Benghazi, the Iran deal, her health, arming jihadists, blatant lying, so on.

For example, while the three networks spent a combined 102 minutes digging into comments by Trump regarding women, only 24 minutes were given to news coverage of the ongoing Clinton Foundation scandals.

And despite an official FBI investigation into her use of a private internet server to handle classified government materials, the three TV networks spent just 40 minutes combined discussing the matter, less than half the time used covering Trump’s comments on women 11 years ago.

Voters’ perceptions of media bias in 2016 are closely related to their underlying opinions of Clinton and Trump.

Among voters who have a favorable opinion of Trump, 90% say that the media is biased in favor of Clinton. By contrast, nearly two-thirds of those who view Clinton favorably say the media is not biased toward either candidate, Gallup found.

Among independents and Democrats who perceive bias, large majorities also believe the bias favors Clinton, according to Gallup.

Howard Stern on Hillary Clinton 2016

Howard Stern got political this week with a look at how the Republican Party is starting to up its attacks on Hillary Clinton more than two years ahead of the 2016 presidential race. According to Stern, recent comments by former Vice President Dick Cheney and Karl Rove only make Republicans “look bad” and will ultimately backfire on the GOP.

After playing Cheney’s recent comments about Clinton’s handling of the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Stern said, “They wanna scare her from running. They wanna make it seem so unbearable like ‘Oh, I don’t fuckin’ need this.’”

“Dick Cheney, where’d they dig him up from?” Stern asked. “He has to answer for Iraq! Nevermind her answering for Benghazi. A lot more people have died in Iraq. They should bring him up on trial.”

As for Rove, who recently suggested Clinton might have brain damage, Stern said he made a “stupid move.” By bringing up her health in this way, Rove is “giving her an issue now that she can say ‘Look at what a lunatic he is.’”

“He’s doing her a favor,” Stern continued. “She should pay him to keep bringing up dumb things! The greatest thing was when they were accusing President Obama of not being an American. It was great for him. He was like, ‘Yeah, keep accusing me of that. That way, you’ll keep your mind off anything important that I’m fucking up.’”