Hillary Clinton: "The Right Is Afraid Of Me Because I Don't Die"

After recovering from another coughing fit...

Hillary Clinton's so-called commencement speech turned into a political rant as she lobbed implicit impeachment jabs at President Trump over his Comey dismissal...

However, in an interview with New York magazine later in the day, election-loser Clinton went to town ripping President Trump for firing FBI Director James Comey, calling it "an effort to derail and bury" the federal investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, and asking (and answering) "why is The Right so afraid of me?"

As The Hill reports, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is pledging not to drop out of the political fight, despite what she calls efforts by some conservatives to silence her.

“You know, these guys on the other side are not just interested in my losing, they want to keep coming after me. I mean, think about that for a minute,” Clinton said.

 

“What are they so afraid of? Me, to some extent. Because I don’t die, despite their best efforts. But what [really drives them] is what I represent."

Which is supremely ironic given the media's incessant attacks on Trump since he 'won' the election. However Clinton was not done.

Then she ripped President Trump for firing FBI Director James Comey, calling it “an effort to derail and bury” the federal investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

"I am less surprised than I am worried,” Clinton said in an interview with New York magazine published Friday. “Not that he shouldn’t have been disciplined. And certainly the Trump campaign relished everything that was done to me in July and then particularly in October.”

 

“Having said that, I think what’s going on now is an effort to derail and bury the Russia inquiry, and I think that’s terrible for our country,” she said in the interview, which took place a day after Comey's firing.

Finally The Hill notes that the former secretary of State is in the process of writing a book, in which she reflects on her election loss. Clinton says the process is “excruciating.”

An extremely ironic word to use given how so many feel hearing from her every day since the lost election...