She has a book coming out on Tuesday, and this Atlantic article is an excerpt. She has nothing good to say about her opponent.
In the roughly 21 months since he took the oath of office, Trump has sunk far below the already-low bar he set for himself in his ugly campaign. Exhibit A is the unspeakable cruelty that his administration has inflicted on undocumented families arriving at the border, including separating children, some as young as eight months, from their parents. According to The New York Times, the administration continues to detain 12,800 children right now, despite all the outcry and court orders. Then there’s the president’s monstrous neglect of Puerto Rico: After Hurricane Maria ravaged the island, his administration barely responded. Some 3,000 Americans died. Now Trump flatly denies those deaths were caused by the storm. And, of course, despite the recent indictments of several Russian military intelligence officers for hacking the Democratic National Committee in 2016, he continues to dismiss a serious attack on our country by a foreign power as a “hoax.”
There’s nothing surprising in the article, not even who’s saying it. Perhaps that she’s saying it out loud and in a way that will, hopefully, get some traction.
She diagnoses five Trump attacks on the country and makes suggestions to counter them, starting with voting Democrats in this November.
Now that the fall campaign is upon us, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama are speaking out again. Good to hear from them.