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As Hillary Clinton tours the country desperately trying to explain “What Happened” during the 2016 election, she aggressively ramped up her rhetoric game to an 11 during a recent interview with Charlie Rose.  After saying that Trump has authoritarian tendencies, Clinton went on to compare him to Putin and said that she can only hope he hasn’t “ordered the killing of people and journalists and the like.”

Clinton: “I don’t think he really values democracy, Charlie.”

Rose:  “He doesn’t value democracy? So he’s not a ‘democrat,’ little ‘d?'”

Clinton:  “No, he’s not, he’s a top-down guy.”

Rose:  “He’s an authoritarian?”

Clinton:“He has tendencies toward authoritarianism.”

Rose:  “So, he’s no different than Putin?”

Clinton:  “Well, hopefully he hasn’t ordered the killing of people and journalists and the like.”

Of course, if Trump is truly that bad then it’s only a matter of time before he’s breaking federal laws, deleting emails subject to congressional subpoenas, destroying evidence with hammers and sending Melania out to meet privately with the Attorney General of the United States when criminal investigations are at risk of “going too far”…oh wait, that was Hillary.

Oh well, here is the clip anyway:

The article, "Hillary Compares Trump To Putin: "Hopefully He Hasn't Ordered The Killing Of Journalists"", was syndicated from and first appeared at: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zerohedge/feed/~3/XCU_ARAJ_4k/unhinged-hillary-compares-trump-putin-hopefully-he-hasnt-ordered-killing-journalists.

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