Hillary Clinton is not President of the United States and likely and thankfully, she never will occupy that position.
On Sunday, Clinton was in Selma, Alabama to commemorate “Bloody Sunday” when a group of protestors when beaten as they tried to cross the Edmund Pettis bridge in 1965 to shine the light on systemic racism and voting rights.
However, Clinton still being extremely angry and bitter over her loss to Donald Trump, brought up the subject of voter suppression. The former first lady blamed voter suppression for a string of recent Democratic losses, including Stacey Abrams lost in the race for governor of Georgia.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 3, 2019