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The former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said recently that she thinks the 2020 presidential election will be a “hard”, partly because the country is polarized politically.
“I think it is a very difficult choice, as they appear to be these days-probably closer than you want or expected, partly because we are split in such a way,” the former foreign Minister of the former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said on an episode of their podcast released Tuesday.
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“It’s all pretty concentrated in the top four or five people,” she said of the Democrats added running, added that Trump makes the prosecution on Wednesday, the election is still “complicated.”
Clinton said she never saw her 2016 candidacy, about yourself, when Gillard asked you, as you have, about her loss to President Trump.
“It was about what we do and how we would do it,” she said. “I like to solve problems. I like to bring together the people.”
She told Gillard that it was “very difficult”, gives her concession speech the day after the election.
“It was such a shock, I can’t even describe how it made no sense,” she said. “That’s why I wrote a whole book with the title ‘What Happened’, because I tried to find out what happened, because it was not provided. There were things that were, that made no sense to me, and other unprecedented interventions, etc.”
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They had made errors in its campaign, but said the role was not to be denied.