Former US Secretary of State and the Democratic Party's Presidential nominee for the 2016 US elections, Hillary Clinton seemed to be having a deja vu after the first presidential debate between this year's nominees, Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Clinton who'd faced off in debates against current US President Trump in the run up to the 2016 elections, delivered a couple of her own zingers on Twitter, while remarking on what many are describing as one of the most chaotic presidential debates in recent history.
As President Trump repeatedly interrupted Biden during his turn in the debate, many took to Twitter to send commiserations to Hillary saying they understand what she "went through in 2016".
Others also pointed out that the 2016 debates against Hillary also saw Trump repeatedly interrupting his Democratic opponent.
One such remark by author Jilip Filipovic led to this exchange:
In another exchange, she said this:
Many on Twitter remarked how Hillary had to suffer similar behaviour from Trump in the 2016 presidential debates.
think about the grief Hillary Clinton took 4 years ago for using the word “deplorable”— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) September 30, 2020
then think of a word to describe a president who in tonight’s debate wouldn’t condemn white supremacists, embrace the legitimacy of America’s democratic elections or behave like a mature adult
Biden wasn't as crisp/clear as he was at his CNN town hall a few weeks ago, and didn't do as well talking over Trump's interruptions as Hillary Clinton did in '16.— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) September 30, 2020
But every time Biden began to fumble, Trump reminded everyone why he's losing women by *21%.*
Given the alternative, I want Biden to win. But we have to acknowledge that Hillary Clinton was far more effective at dealing with Trump’s bullish & petulant behaviour in the 2016. She was sharp, controlled, on point and strong. #WomenLeadersAreBetter #Debate2020— Ishat Reza (@IshatReza) September 30, 2020
Reiterating her support for Biden, Hillary said that she's "more confident than ever that he's the leader with the experience we need right now".
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