Trump Attacks Hillary Clinton, Again. But Why?

Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton

One fails to understand why Trump wants to keep these old issues alive, as now there is hardly any threat to his presidency and he is likely to complete his four-year term.

By Rakesh Raman

Although the intensity of all attempts to dethrone President Donald Trump has waned, he is still trying to divert people’s attention with his mischievous tweets.

Today, Trump raked up an old issue in which Hillary Clinton was alleged to have received some questions or possible answers from the audience before the debate during the campaign season for the November 8 presidential election.

He asked if Clinton ever apologized for receiving the answers to the debate. Trump also raised suspicion about the brother of Clinton’s campaign head John Podesta, saying that he had paid big money to get the sanctions on Russia lifted.

One fails to understand why Trump wants to keep these old issues alive, as now there is hardly any threat to his presidency and he is likely to complete his four-year term.

Meanwhile, in an ongoing RMN Poll, more than 67% of voters do not want Hillary Clinton to contest the presidential election in 2020. You can also participate in the following poll.

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Besides Clinton and Podesta, Trump once again subtly admonished President Obama by repeating his unsubstantiated claims that his electronic surveillance took place under orders from Obama Administration.

Although the intelligence agencies have ruled out any such surveillance attempt, Trump has quoted his favorite Fox News – which works as Trump’s own video production house – to blame the previous administration.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a government’s National award-winning journalist and runs free school for deserving children under his NGO – RMN Foundation.

Photo courtesy: Hillary Clinton

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