Hillary Clinton just wrote a 469 page book about her experiences in life, the 2016 election, and her thoughts about Donald Trump … but she still has much more to say.
Clinton stopped by the Australia Broadcasting Corp.’s Four Corners to give the world another extremely blunt warning about the 70-year-old businessman who’s currently sitting in the Oval Office.
In a clip from the interview, Clinton tells host Sarah Ferguson she believes Trump is the most dangerous president in U.S. history and that the whole world should be concerned.
When asked if Clinton thought Trump is the most dangerous president ever, the former Secretary of State replied, “I think he is, because he is impulsive, he lacks self-control, he is totally consumed by how he is viewed and what people think of him, he is vindictive.”
Ferguson then inquired whether Australia should be worried, to which Clinton said mater-of-factly, “I think the whole world should be concerned.”
Clinton is not the only one to issue such harsh criticism of Trump and his temperament — the Washington Post recently published an article titled “A ‘pressure cooker’: Trump’s frustration and fury rupture alliances, threaten agenda,”which sheds even more light on some of the impulsive and frightening actions Trump has taken over the past few days alone.
“In a matter of days, Trump has torched bridges all around him, nearly imploded an informal deal with Democrats to protect young undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children, and plunged himself into the culture wars on issues ranging from birth control to the national anthem,” The Washington Post’s Robert Costa, Philip Rucker, and Ashley Parker wrote.
In Clinton’s campaign memoir, What Happened, she also called Trump “a creep” who made her “skin crawl” when recalling him lurking behind her during a debate.
The full Four Corners interview is set to air next Monday, so more fiery Clinton quotes are sure to be on the way.
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