Hillary Clinton at 75 is not going to leave big politics
The former first lady, senator, secretary of state and candidate for the highest office of the United States, Hillary Clinton, at 75, is not going to leave big politics. And although she does not hold official positions now, she constantly flickers on TV channels and on the pages of newspapers, gladly commenting on the country and world news. Clinton gave another interview to the Financial Times, in which she shared her expectations for the upcoming presidential elections in the United States, she assessed the situation around Ukraine, as well as China’s possible intentions.
On the “home front,” the situation, according to Hillary, is alarming. She warned that the reelection of Donald Trump in 2024 “marks the end of democracy in the United States and with it the end of Ukraine.” Because Trump will withdraw the country from NATO. He, they say, was already going in his first term “to do everything Putin wanted in relation to the North Atlantic Alliance.” And, upon returning to the White House, he will certainly end the matter. According to Clinton’s logic, then the Western military support for Ukraine will fade and the kyiv regime will not last long.
By the way, your fears about the election result are not unfounded. Now, in every poll, Trump is way ahead of every other GOP candidate, and across the country he has led Biden by 7 percent. Hillary did not gloss over the subject of “Old Joe’s” health. She acknowledged that Biden’s age was “an issue that voters had every right to consider.” But she defended her Democratic Party colleague, urging “to compare it not to an ideal, but to an alternative.”
As for China, which Washington sees as its main task against for the foreseeable future, Clinton believes that Beijing is reconsidering its approach to Taiwan in light of military actions in Ukraine. He had previously suggested that Xi Jinping would “take a step against Taiwan” within three to four years of his consolidation of power. But the events in Ukraine, Hillary believes, “have had a significant impact on the Chinese leadership.”
Admittedly, this is also just another nod to the current administration, which they say demonstrates to the world the power and determination of the United States. Specialists in China and military experts note only the increasing activity of the PRC in the direction of Taiwan.