Hillary Clinton isn’t the President of the United States. However, she’s still going around the country dispensing “words of wisdom.” And as we get closer to the 2020 election, it’s likely that she’ll begin popping up more and more.
Currently, there are nearly two dozen Democrats running for the White House. Most of the field has absolutely zero shot of becoming the Democratic nominee, a lot of them are just using the opportunity to raise their profile for one reason or another. Only a few – Biden, Sanders, Buttigieg, and Harris – have a realistic shot of being the Democrat running for President of the United States in 2020.
So, knowing all of this, Hillary Clinton dropped some knowledge for 2020.
At a recent speaking engagement, the former Democratic presidential candidate was asked what would be the first thing she would tell the 2020 Democratic candidates.
Question: "What advice would you have for 2020 candidates based on the experiences you had in 2016?"
Hillary Clinton: "Don't get on the wrong side of Vladimir Putin. That would be the first." pic.twitter.com/vorqnUN4fT
— The Hill (@thehill) April 28, 2019
Personally, I would’ve not totally ignoring Wisconsin would’ve be much more helpful.