Hillary Clinton Speaks at Biden Event, Raises Alarm over ‘Risk’ of Re-Electing Trump

Twice-failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is yet again raising the alarm about the possibility of President Donald Trump returning to the presidency.

Clinton issued a fresh warning during a Virginia fundraiser for Democrat President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign, the Washington Examiner reported.

As part of Biden’s campaign, the fundraiser highlighted the potential “risk” of a Trump presidency redux.

Hosted by former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe in his own backyard, the event drew a crowd of 450 weak-minded supporters.

This marked the occasion as the most successful non-auditorium fundraiser of Biden’s campaign.

It also set a record for backyard fundraisers within the Democratic Party.

During her speech, Hillary Clinton unsurprisingly bashed Trump’s previous tenure as president.

“Sadly, there are many of our fellow Americans who seem willing to take that risk,” she stated, referring to the prospect of Trump securing the presidency once again.

Her remarks came five months ahead of the highly anticipated rematch between Biden and Trump in the upcoming November election.

Before Biden took the stage, former President Bill Clinton addressed the audience.

Clinton set a tone of urgency and support for the current president.

Biden, who later described the Clintons as “dear friends” and “great Americans,” took a strong stance against the Supreme Court and the alleged detrimental impacts that a second Trump term could entail.

“We can’t let that happen,” Biden declared, emphasizing the supposed threats posed by Trump’s potential re-election.

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Linking his recent visit to France for the 80th anniversary of D-Day, Biden used the historical parallel to underscore the current political battle.

“Now we’ve got to do ours,” he remarked, drawing a line between past and present challenges.

Biden also highlighted Trump’s alleged failures in office.

The Democrat president told the crown that Trump’s infrastructure and tax policies have set the stage for economic instability.

The fundraiser in question, which ranged in ticket prices from $1,000 to $250,000, contributed significantly to Biden’s campaign coffers.

Along with other events featuring Barack Obama, around $40 million was raised.

However, this paled in comparison to Trump’s recent fundraising achievements.

In collaboration with the Republican National Committee, Trump’s campaign has been flooded with $141 million in a single month.

The stark contrast in fundraising efforts underscores the uphill battle Biden faces in matching Trump’s campaign resources.

The significance of this fundraising event goes beyond mere numbers, highlighting a rallying cry for those concerned about the future of U.S. leadership under a potential repeat Trump administration.

In conclusion, the Virginia fundraiser not only set records but also set the stage for a crucial electoral battle.

The Clintons and Biden articulated the consequences for Democrats of a Trump presidency renewal.

They emphasized Biden’s desperate need for continued support and vigilance as the election approaches.

As both sides gear up for what may be one of the most critical elections in recent history, the stakes could not be higher.

READ MORE – Washington Post Calls for Hillary Clinton to Replace Kamala Harris: She Can ‘Keep the Country on Track’ If ‘Biden Needs to Step Down’

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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