Hillary documentary reveals incident when Obama called Trump a ‘fascist’

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A new documentary about sore loser Hillary Clinton claims Barack Obama had called then-candidate Donald Trump a “fascist” during the 2016 race. (screenshot)

Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continued her unofficial role as Trump’s 2020 campaign manager after an excerpt of a new Hillary documentary surfaced claiming that Barack Obama had called Trump a “fascist” in 2016.

In the video clip, Hillary’s former running mate, Senator Tim Kaine, recalled a phone conversation he had with Obama during the 2016 presidential race.

The video clip, which was obtained by NBC News, shows Kaine saying: “President Obama called me last night and said: ‘Tim, remember, this is no time to be a purist. You’ve got to keep a fascist out of the White House.'”

Hillary nods while replying, “I echo that sentiment…The weight of our responsibility is so huge.”

The date and location of the video are unknown.  The clip is part of “Hillary,” a four-part documentary series that will be available on Hulu starting March 6. Naturally, the excerpt was conveniently leaked to left-wing NBC News six weeks before its release date.

Even though Hillary is not running for president again, she continues to gleefully hijack media attention away from other Democratic candidates. The four-part “Hillary” documentary chronicles her early life and political career.

Predictably, it’s being released during the 2020 presidential race, so Hillary can exploit the election to foment public interest in her favorite topic: Herself.

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The mainstream media are sensationalizing Obama’s 2016 “fascist” diss even though it’s totally irrelevant to what’s going on today, and does nothing to help the flailing Democratic Party.

Last week, Hillary made headlines after trashing Senator Bernie Sanders, whom she ran against in 2016. Specifically, Clinton said of Sanders: “Nobody likes him. Nobody wants to work with him. He got nothing done. He was a career politician.”

Hillary then insulted millions of Bernie supporters by calling them gullible suckers. “It was all just baloney, and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it,” she quipped.

Hillary made more headlines last week when Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit after Hillary had called Gabbard a “Russian asset.”

Gabbard said Hillary smeared her as a “Russian asset” as revenge because she had endorsed Bernie Sanders in 2016.

Gabbard also warned that if Hillary and her media minions can cavalierly defame a U.S. congresswoman like her, imagine what they can do to private citizens like you and me.

In fact, Gabbard says that’s precisely the warning they’re sending: “Shut up, toe the line, or be destroyed.”

To underscore how sinister Tulsi believes Hillary is, she noted in her lawsuit that “she has never experienced, does not currently experience, and does not expect to experience, thoughts of suicide.”

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Democrat Tulsi Gabbard suggests in her $50 million lawsuit against Hillary: If I ‘commit suicide,’ it’s Hillary’s fault.

Many believe that Gabbard’s “suicide” line was a reference to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead of an alleged suicide in his jail cell while awaiting trial.

Many former Hillary associates also “committed suicide” under suspicious circumstances over the years.

So far, Hillary has not commented on the lurid tentacles of the Epstein sex-trafficking case.


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Samantha Chang

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a law school graduate and a financial editor.
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