As United States Presidential race get closer, the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donal Trump have a line draw between both.Hillary Clinton, the first woman to top a major party’s presidential ticket, addressed supporters in Brooklyn late Tuesday night, thanking voters and declaring that America has “reached a milestone.”
Hillary Clinton will be Nominated as the first woman to become the presidential flag Bearer of a major political party in the United States. The Democrat since 240-year United States history.Hillary Clinton took the stage on Tuesday night, having secured the delegates needed to win the nomination and locking down a popular vote victory after the final state primaries of the election.
Hillary Clinton praised rival Bernie Sanders for engaging in a “vigorous debate” that has been”very good for the Democratic party and for America.”
In a pivot to her general election rival Donald Trump, Clinton attacked the billionaire for the inflammatory remarks he has made throughout the Republican primary season, saying “he has abused his primary opponents and their families, attacked the press for asking tough questions, denigrated Muslim immigrants.”
With the Population of Delegate is enough for her to take a victory lap of Democrat Ticket before the Golden State’s polls even closed, and offer an
olive branch to stubborn liberal stalwart Bernie Sanders and his backers.
Hillary Clinton made a point to pat Sanders on the back for a hard-fought race, praise with a hint of “it’s time” as she looked past his gripes about super-delegates and a “rigged” system and moved to unify the party against Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton quote “I want to congratulate Sen. Sanders for the extraordinary campaign,” she said. “He has spent his long career in public service fighting for progressive causes and principles and has excited millions of voters, especially young people.”
Hillary Clinton made a push to unite not just progressives but all anti-Trump Americans to enable live free a an American.
“Whether you supported me or Sen. Sanders or one of the Republicans we all need to keep working toward a better, fairer, stronger America,” she said, calling Trump “temperamentally unfit” to be president.
“Donald Trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander-in-chief,” Clinton said, while pointing to Trump’s controversial rhetoric against immigrants, Muslims, women and, most recently, a judge of Hispanic ethnicity.
“Donald Trump wants to win by stoking fear and rubbing salt in wounds and reminding us daily just how great he is.”
Trump has so much further to fall before this is over. Hang on, Republicans. It’s only the modern polarization of the parties that will save Donald Trump from a 1964 or 1980 style rout
The Table chart of the Primary Election.
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES DELEGATES
Hillary Clinton 2,648
Bernie Sanders 1,808
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES DELEGATES
Donald Trump 1,535
Ted Cruz 553
Marco Rubio 168