Some walk the walk, while others talk the talk. President Trump does all the actions required, while his former political opponent is using words, hoping they might lead her to the White House.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton still dreams about the presidential election she lost to Donald Trump in 2016.

“I think about what kind of president I would have been all the time,” Clinton said during an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Mishal Husain, reports the DailyWire. “I think about what I would have done. How, obviously, I would have been different. How I think I would have been a better, more successful president.”

Lawyers for Democratic representative and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard are presently suing Clinton for remarks she made about Gabbard, in October, claiming she is “the favorite of the Russians.” Gabbard fired back, calling Clinton “the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party.”

Left: Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard. (D-Hawaii), (Mary Altaffer/AP Photo, File) Right: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. (Shutterstock)

“It’s now clear that this primary is between you and me,” Gabbard, who is at 1.2 percent in the RealClearPolitics primary polling average, concluded, reported Vox.“Don’t cowardly hide behind your proxies. Join the race directly.”

Clinton is rumored to be considering a run for the 2020 election. “It would be very gutsy, that’s true,” Clinton told Husain.“That’s something I think about all the time. I think a lot about what is happening in our country, around the world.”

Especially after president Trump teased her about it on Twitter: “I think that Crooked Hillary Clinton should enter the race to try and steal it away from Uber Left Elizabeth Warren. Only one condition. The Crooked one must explain all of her high crimes and misdemeanors, including how & why she deleted 33,000 Emails AFTER getting “C” Subpoena!”


Clinton replied in a tweet: “Don’t tempt me. Do your job.”

Speaking with Husein on BBC radio Clinton continued,“But look, right now, we have got a campaign going on,” she said. “We’ve got people already running, and we have to figure out how we make the case, and that’s what I’m really focused on.”

The former first lady received more than 2.8 million more votes than Donald Trump in 2016, but concede to him after she fell far short of the required absolute majority of 270 Electoral College votes needed to win.