Hillary Clinton Calls Trump-Putin Summit ‘Deeply Disturbing’
Hillary Clinton is deeply disturbed and completely out of touch with reality. Could she please just shut up and go away?
Anyone that refuses to accept the results of an election is a direct threat to our nation.
Hillary described President Trump’s recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin as “alarming on many, many levels.”
— Conservative Chick (@NaughtyBeyotch) July 22, 2018
Hillary Clinton on Saturday described President Donald Trump’s recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin “alarming on many, many levels” and called the secrecy surrounding the president’s one-on-one meeting with the Russian leader “deeply disturbing” during her appearance at a New York City festival on Saturday.
Clinton questioned the president’s motives when he failed to defend the US intelligence community and blamed the US for poor relations with Russia while standing beside Putin at a press conference in Helsinki earlier this month.
“The great mystery is why this president has not spoken up for our country, and we saw this most clearly in this recent meeting with Putin,” Clinton said during a talk with billionaire businesswoman Laurene Powell Jobs.
The former secretary of state said that when she and others, including President Barack Obama, met with Putin, they always had note-takers present to ensure “there’s no mistake about what was said.” The only person in the room with Trump and Putin was a translator.
“This idea that somehow we are not sure where our own president stands is deeply disturbing,” she said, calling Russian interference in the 2016 election a “direct attack on our democracy.” […]
Clinton’s talk took place amid a day of politics and music at OZY Fest, a self-described “part music festival, part TED Talk, part food fair” in Central Park, with an eclectic line-up of mostly Democratic politicians, pop musicians, Hollywood celebrity-activists, and intellectuals.
The third-annual event, put on by the five-year-old digital daily news magazine OZY, has faced ridicule for its apparent identity crisis.
One critic called this year’s event “a weird hot Dada mess of Hillary’s Shadow Government throwing a party at the park.”
Others describe it as New York’s answer to Austin’s South by Southwest. More