This election is extremely important, maybe even the most important ever, The New York Times reports. “I’m the last thing standing between you and the apocalypse,” Hillary Clinton says.
“Near existential,” Tim Kaine, VP candidate calls it.
This piece spends thousands of words on how much Clinton has suffered, how dangerous Donald Trump is, and while admitting Trump’s chances are bleak, seems to imply he might still have a shot at the presidency.
“It does feel much different,” Clinton said. “If I were running against another Republican, we’d have our disagreements, don’t get me wrong, and I would be trying to make my case vigorously. But I wouldn’t go to bed at night with a knot in the pit of my stomach.”
“I had the opportunity to meet a lot of presidents over the years,” Clinton said. “I’ve had my disagreements with them. But I never doubted for a nanosecond that they got up every morning trying to figure out what was the best path forward for the country.” At least, she added, “they were serious people.”
Clinton’s campaign continues to push fear of the Trump as the best reason to vote for her. In moments, Clinton will say she’s not going to lose, but the overall message of her campaign is, vote for me, or else.
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