Hillary Clinton is talking – again. In an interview with MSNBC, she worried that President Trump is becoming "uncontrollable."
The unsuccessful 2016 Democratic presidential candidate sat down with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and said she has an overwhelming fear concerning President Donald Trump once the midterms are over:
Clinton: "He will fire people in the White House, he will fire people in his administration who he thinks are crossing him, questioning him, undermining him. The president is close to being uncontrollable."
Political analyst Richard Randall finds Clinton's remarks somewhat hypocritical, pointing out that she often fired those who she thought were disloyal – and he argues she would never have stood for someone controlling her.
"She somehow has a problem with the president [firing] somebody who is undermining him, betraying him, leaking information, or trying to disrupt what goes on in the White House – and [she] seems to think it's a problem for him to not want that person working in the White House?" he asks.
And why wouldn't the president fire that self-described "resistance" person who wrote the op-ed in The New York Times that he hides things and grabs papers off the president's desk in the Oval Office?
Randall says it's like the left wants to bring an atom bomb to every knife fight.
"Democrats, progressives – they're at wit's end. They never saw this coming," he says. "They couldn't imagine Trump winning ... they couldn't imagine Hillary not having eight years to go down that road."