Hillary Clinton called her Republican competitor Donald Trump 'divisive and dangerous' and 'unmoored' few times, but now election race became more bitter and the presidential candidates intensively attacks each other.
American politician and a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in the 2016 election Hillary Clinton shared on Facebook:
'When you run for President of the United States, the entire world is listening and watching. So when you say, 'we're going to bar all Muslims,' you are sending a dangerous message to the Muslim world. And you're also sending a message to the terrorists. If you go through many of Trump's irresponsible, reckless, dangerous comments, it's not just someone saying something off the cuff. We all misstate things occasionally, but this is a pattern—one that has gone on now for months, and one that adds up. Look at the incredibly difficult work that presidents do, and the decisions that they have to make, and the thinking that goes into those decisions. They have to be carefully parsed and analyzed. Advisors and cabinet members give their opinions, but it is up to the president to decide.
The United States presidency isn't just another job; it's the hardest job in the world. It requires steadiness as well as strength and smarts. Consider that, and then consider the things Donald Trump has been saying for the past year, and even just the past week: attacking Great Britain; praising the leader of North Korea, a despotic dictator who has nuclear weapons; saying to let other countries have nuclear weapons; and the list goes on. The kinds of positions he is stating and the consequences of those positions and statements are not just offensive and wrong—they are dangerous. And when Trump is consistently offending, insulting, and endangering the people of this country and the world, there's only one conclusion: he is not qualified to be President of the United States.'
The wife of former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton was the United States Senator from New York prior to serving as Secretary of State under President Barack Obama, an office she held from 2009 until 2013. The runner-up in the 2008 Democratic primaries, her candidacy in the 2016 election is her second bid for the presidency.
The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.