Hillary Clinton Shuts Down Voters Concerned About Trump-Biden Rematch

Former First Lady Hillary Clinton wants Americans who are upset about the 2024 presidential election coming down to former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden to “get over” themselves.

She made the blunt remarks during an appearance on Monday’s “The Tonight Show,” when comedian and host Jimmy Falon asked her about her thoughts on voters who are not comfortable with the fact that “those are the two choices.”

In response, Clinton said, “Get over yourself. Those are the two choices.”

The former Secretary of State later laid out a comparison of the two candidates, who she says are both “old.”

“One is old, and effective, and compassionate, has a heart and really cares about people. And one is old and has been charged with 91 felonies,” she said.

Clinton went on to make her case against Trump, who was her rival in the 2016 election, saying, “I don’t understand why this is even a hard choice, really. I don’t understand it. But we have to go through the election and hopefully people will realize what’s at stake because it’s an existential question.”

“What kind of country we’re gonna have, what kind of democracy we can have and people who blow that off are not paying attention because it’s not like Trump, his enablers, his empowerers, his allies are not telling us what they want to do. I mean, they’re pretty clear about what kind of country they want,” she added.

Fallon then backed her up with his audience, telling them, “Yeah, so get out there and vote.”

Clinton is known for taking hits on Trump every now and then. In a post on X last month, she brought up his legal troubles, suggesting that he is only becoming worse as the years go.

“Multiple indictments and half a billion dollars in civil liability later, pretty much the only person who can say they were better off four years ago is Donald Trump,” she wrote.

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