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Hillary Clinton Begs Federal Employees To Undermine President Trump

The Daily Caller reported that Hillary Clinton begs numerous people for their help. For that matter, Hillary Clinton begs everyone to blame misogyny for her loss. She is now begging federal employees who voted against Trump to stay at their jobs. She wants them to remain the opposition in Washington as if there isn’t enough opposition to President Trump.

This was during the tour for her pathetic book that made a tour stop in Washington DC. She is basically seeking a coup and no one is looking into this. It’s disturbing. She wants those employees to do what she couldn’t, beat Trump.

Clinton urged federal employees to “Stick it out, stick it out, because the tide has to turn,” during a book-signing event at the Warner Theatre, Politico reports. She asked that they not resign despite the “disregard, even contempt, among many in this administration about what federal workers know and what they’ve done, and the advice they can give.”

Clinton brought up the increased tensions between the US and North Korea as a reason why Trump needs the professionals and experience in government. The fact is the government hasn’t eliminated this threat yet so more government may not be what we’re looking for.

“I don’t want us to lose the decades — really, if you added it all up, the thousands of years — of experience in the EPA, in the State Department, in the Labor Department, in a lot of the places being targeted by the administration,” Clinton told the crowd. “At some point, they’re going to need you, and the country is going to need you. And I hope you’re still there.”

She has seen numerous federal employees at numerous agencies resign. They were doing this in protests but it only benefitted Trump and the American people.

“If [Democrats] can take back one or both houses of Congress in 2018, you will have people you can talk to again,” she said.