Woman Who Will Always Be Remembered for Losing to Donald Trump Has Advice for Joe Biden

Democratic National Convention via AP

As we are in a presidential election cycle, and as Donald Trump is one of the candidates involved in the aforementioned cycle, it is naturally time for Hillary Clinton to brush off the cobwebs and say a bunch of words about taking on Donald Trump and saving the country from a man she lost to in 2016.


The former First Lady and Secretary of State is largely responsible for us becoming a country whose history books can say "President Donald Trump" in future editions. But, that doesn't mean she doesn't have advice for Joe Biden, who is taking on Trump for the second time this year. She is releasing a book soon, and she is also writing op-eds in the New York Times, giving advice to Joe Biden.

It bears repeating: Hillary Clinton, who lost to Donald Trump in 2016, has advice for Joe Biden, who is the only person to have beaten Donald Trump in an election.

"He starts with nonsense and then digresses into blather," she wrote in her op-ed for the Times. "Yet expectations for him are so low that if he doesn't literally light himself on fire on Thursday evening, some will say he was downright presidential."

"Biden is a wise and decent man who is fighting hard for working families," Clinton also wrote. "Yes, he's 81. That's just three years older than Mr. Trump."

Sure, Biden is only three years older than Trump, but the latter isn't showing signs of dementia and elder abuse. The current president has to be guided off stages and given notecards and clear cues. He needs pre-screened questions and Easter Bunny handlers.


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It's possible to go on forever with this, but you understand the point: Joe Biden is not well, and the Democrats are asking us not to believe our lying eyes when we point that out. It's obvious, and it's not edited video making him appear that way. It's everyone's undivided attention on the leader of the free world when these obvious mental lapses happen.

But Hillary Clinton, who has been the sorest of losers since 2016, is giving him advice and telling him to ignore Trump's outbursts. It would be funny if it weren't so sad watching the Democratic Party's elder stateswoman try to stay relevant.

And this is where 1) I am giving objective advice to Democrats and 2) know they won't listen to me because I'm not one of them. 

In all honesty, the Clinton who should be giving advice to Joe Biden is Bill. The former president is the best Democrat in recent history when it came to winning and keeping blue-collar voters. He knew how to connect with them, he knew how to address economic concerns, and he knew how to talk to regular people. Biden may have been able to do that once upon a time, but he hasn't been that Joe Biden in years.


Hillary Clinton's campaign ignored blue-collar voters and focused on young voters and major urban areas - demographics and areas they were already going to win. She ignored the voters in states that are relatively blue but need to be spoken to like equals, not looked down on.

So, my advice to Joe Biden (or, rather, his team) is to find the old team that helped Bill Clinton be successful and ignore the people Hillary surrounded herself with. Because she lost to Trump and really has nothing of value to offer.



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