‘Replace This Man in November’: Hillary Goes After Trump Again With Latest Criticism

Former Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton is parroting her usual line of trying to get President Trump out of office.

In a time when lawmakers are trying to set aside their differences to help one another amid the coronavirus, Clinton cannot seem to help herself from calling for Trump’s removal.

Since Clinton first lost to Trump in 2016, she has made it abundantly clear that she does not support the president. In a tweet on Monday, Clinton echoed her call to have Trump removed.

Quoting the Washington Post, Clinton said in the tweet: “It took 70 days for Trump to treat the coronavirus not as a distant threat or harmless flu strain well under control, but as a lethal force poised to kill tens of thousands of citizens.”

“Replace this man in November,” she then added in her own words.

Check it out:

Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw said Trump was not the one in “denial” regarding the coronavirus, but members of mainstream media (and the Left) who criticized the president for banning travel from China.

“Denial?” Crenshaw asked in a tweet. “From the man who restricted travel in January & saved lives, while your party celebrated his impeachment?”

“You may be confusing him with the Washington Post, telling America to get a grip, that COVID19 wasn’t scary, & that we should be wary of an aggressive govt response,” he added.

Here’s how some other people responded to Clinton: