Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was on PBS News Hour on Tuesday with her daughter Chelsea. She was, unsurprisingly, discussing President Donald Trump stating his actions are a “threat to national security.”

PBS News Hour’s Judy Woodruff asked Clinton about President Trump’s tweet yesterday morning saying she should get into the Democratic presidential race to steal it from Elizabeth Warren, but she would have to explain the missing emails.

“You know, it truly is remarkable how obsessed he remains with me. But this latest tweet is so typical of him. Nothing has been more examined and looked at than my e-mails. We all know that. So he’s either lying or delusional, or both,” she said.

“There was no subpoena, as he says in a tweet this morning. So maybe there does need to be a rematch. Obviously, I can beat him again,” she added.

Again?

Yes, yes, I know she got three million more votes than Donald Trump in 2016, blah, blah, blah. Winning requires a presidential candidate wins the electoral college. She did not beat him the first time. It’s time for Clinton to move on, just let it go, get on with your life.

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