Published: Sat, September 16, 2017
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Hillary Clinton calls for elimination of the Electoral College

Hillary Clinton calls for elimination of the Electoral College

"It was hard to have what I considered to be a fair-minded debate about, 'Okay we have a successful, two-term president, where do we go from here?' with somebody who wasn't a Democrat, who criticized both President Obama and me", Clinton said. Many contained little information about the book and instead offered high praise or sharp criticism of the Democratic candidate.

She said that on "big issues" like that, the federal government is able to "contain" Trump, but that it may not be enough to stop future reckless activity.

Moments before the interview aired, North Korea fired yet another missile over Japan, prompting Maddow to ask Clinton about her assessment of how Trump has handled the crisis.

She noted that Sanders is not a Democrat, and implied that it's reasonable that the DNC would have supported her candidacy over his.

Mrs Clinton's comments came as Mr Tillerson revealed plans to reform the State Department, potentially slashing billions from its budget over the next five years and shaving almost 2,000 jobs through reforms. That's what I mean when I say he's been played. He accepted the support of David Duke. "I believe that he has not condemned the Neo-Nazis and the self-proclaimed white supremacists in Charlottesville and other settings".

"I think this president and some of the people around him pose a clear and present danger to our country", she said.

I know the flawless person for the outsourced position! "He's got a hard-core base that believes these things, and he's going to keep feeding it", Clinton said.

"Right now we need smart, diplomatic intervention". Now, the Chinese don't like that, but then the Chinese better be more on board with us in trying to rein in Kim Jong-un, Clinton said.

Responding to a question, Clinton called for a full-court diplomatic effort against North Korea.

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