Originally published at: BAD ADVICE: Hillary Clinton Reportedly ‘Talking’ With 2020 Democratic Candidates | Sean Hannity
Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is reportedly “talking” with multiple 2020 Democratic challengers weeks before voters head to the polls; giving advice on “digital outreach” while warning of “voter suppression” in key swing states.
“Hillary Clinton says she’s talked to many 2020 candidates about things like digital outreach and investments in the early states. Says she has ended the convo with a warning about voter suppression efforts,” posted one journalist.
Hillary Clinton says she’s talked to many 2020 candidates about things like digital outreach and investments in the early states. Says she has ended the convo with a warning about voter suppression efforts.
— Sam Stein (@samstein) September 17, 2019
Clinton made international headlines last week; appearing in an art exhibit in Venice where she read thousands of her personal email messages.
“In photos surfacing online, the former Democratic presidential nominee could be seen looking through stacks of some of her past emails, which came under scrutiny during the presidential campaign in 2016,” reports The Hill.
— The Hill (@thehill) September 11, 2019
“It makes them accessible to everyone and allows everyone to read them,” she reportedly said, adding: “They are just a bunch of boring emails.”
Found my emails at the Venice Biennale. Someone alert the House GOP. pic.twitter.com/eeXaKhy9Dz
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 12, 2019
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 12, 2019
“The exhibition is a way to allude to an alternative world that will never exist. We are happy that the real Hillary Clinton has been part of this image full of possibilities,” said the team behind the exhibit. “Visiting HILLARY by Kenneth Goldsmith, she has not only been in front of her emails. The exhibition is indeed the portrait of a powerful woman, but also the portrait of a historical change in our understanding of notions such as transparency, propaganda, public and private space.”
Read the full report at The Hill.