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On Sunday, Hillary Clinton issued a warning, expressing her concerns about potential interference by Russian President Vladimir Putin in the upcoming 2024 election. The former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee conveyed her apprehension during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Inside with Jen Psaki.”
In her remarks, Clinton underscored her belief that Russia had demonstrated considerable skill in meddling in U.S. elections in the past, and she cautioned that Putin might attempt to do so again. She further contended that discussions about Russian interference in American elections were insufficient, asserting that there were a significant number of Putin’s sympathizers and supporters within the United States.
In transcript provided by The Hill, Hillary Clinton stated, “I fear that the Russians have proved themselves to be quite adept at interfering, and if he has a chance, he’ll do it again.”
According to Clinton, some Americans fail to grasp the dangers posed by Putin, and she went on to caution that some individuals even align themselves with his positions on certain issues, including the invasion of Ukraine. In this context, Clinton issued a warning about the potential rise of fascism and authoritarianism within the United States, urging voters to reject such ideologies.
Clinton articulated her concerns by emphasizing the character of Putin, describing him as an authoritarian dictator who has been involved in actions such as the suppression of political opposition, the targeting of journalists, the poisoning of dissenting voices, the invasion of foreign nations, and interference in U.S. elections. She stressed that this represents an alternative that should be firmly rejected in the upcoming election.
She continued by stating that the American public needs to understand the nature of Putin’s leadership and be aware of the dangers it poses. She urged voters to resist the allure of authoritarianism and the creeping emergence of what she described as a quasi-fascist mindset, where individuals are willing to surrender their independent thinking and votes to would-be dictators. Clinton underscored the importance of preventing this trend from advancing.
Clinton also referenced the intelligence community’s findings regarding Russian interference in the 2020 election. It was determined that Russia’s interference aimed to harm Clinton, the Democratic nominee, and preferred the election of Republican Donald Trump. These findings were later reaffirmed by the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Finally, Clinton suggested that one of the reasons Putin was strongly opposed to her campaign was his desire to prevent her from assuming the presidency.