Hillary Clinton Says Trump is the Most ‘Dangerous’ President in History

The twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate who wanted to continue antagonizing Russia and supply weapons to potential radicals in Syria has gone on the record saying that Donald Trump is the most dangerous leader the United States has ever had.

Hillary Clinton has refused to leave the media spotlight recently, and made this gem of a comment during an interview with Australian media. Not only should citizens of the United States be worried, she said, but Trump should cause everyone else in the world to be on high alert.

This is pretty rich coming from a woman who campaigned on maintaining former President Barack Obama’s heavy-handed foreign policy blunders. This is also the same person who endorsed a disastrous military campaign in Libya that resulted in the country becoming a destabilized hub of terrorist activity.

Besides Clinton’s hypocrisy on the matter, there is also her woeful historical ignorance to consider. By claiming that Trump is the most dangerous president in American history, she is effectively defending Franklin Roosevelt’s internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, Woodrow Wilson’s reinstatement of racial military segregation during World War I, and side-stepping Andrew Jackson’s treatment of Native Americans.

Just a fun side note: all of the aforementioned presidents were also Democrats.

~ Facts Not Memes

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