Not-President Clinton Tells Actual-President Trump When and Where to Hold Rallies

For Hillary Clinton, this entire thing must be exhausting.

The former First Lady was 2016’s runner up, and she hasn’t let even a week go by without reminding the nation of herself.  This has been especially true in the run-up to the 2020 election, with Clinton having chosen not to run for President again, but given the world more than a little slice of her mind in the process.

Clinton’s latest tirade comes at the expense of President Donald Trump, and maintained a seriously defiant tone.

Hillary Clinton criticized the Trump campaign for its coronavirus disclaimer to attendees, suggesting the president “shouldn’t be holding” any rallies.

“If your rallies come with a liability waiver, you shouldn’t be holding them,” Clinton said in response to the news of the Trump campaign having attendees of the upcoming rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, acknowledge a disclaimer assuming all risks related to the Chinese coronavirus…

And Hillary wasn’t the only one:

Trump has been on the receiving end of criticism due to his decision to resume his iconic MAGA rallies following a months-long pause because of the coronavirus pandemic. He and the GOP have also received criticism for moving the celebration of his nomination to Jacksonville, Florida, after officials in North Carolina failed to guarantee that the celebratory event could proceed in Charlotte as planned due to coronavirus-related concerns.

“Trump wants 15,000 delegates cheering him at his GOP convention in Florida. No social distancing. His rejection of medical advice endangers not only those there but those they come in contact with,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said of the decision, just days after praising hordes of protesters who have taken to the streets…

The news comes just hours after Trump rescheduled his first rally back after liberals complained that it was taking place on Juneteenth.