Hillary Clinton Tells She’s Living Inside of Trump's Brain Rent-Free. She Says He Always Diverts From Real Problems.

During an interview in The Rachel Maddow Show, Clinton also criticized Attorney General William Barr for his conduct during the Senate Judiciary Committee and called him Trump's "defense lawyer".
In her first interview this year, former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton opened up about being a target of President Donald Trump whenever he wanted to divert the attention of the people of the United States away from the real issues reports NBC. Speaking at MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show, she made a sarcastic remark about being in the headlines in context of Trump. "I'm living rent-free inside of Donald Trump's brain, and it's not a very nice place to be, I can tell you that," Clinton told Maddow. Maddow asked Clinton about a finding of the Robert Mueller report that showed how Trump back in 2017 had pressed, in a private meeting, his then-Attorney General, Jeff Sessions to investigate Clinton. Maddow also highlighted how Trump asked through a White House aid, for the Justice Department to investigate Clinton as well as former FBI director James Comey. Maddow then highlighted how during the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday Attorney General William Barr's testimony refused to answer any questions about whether or not he was asked to open any investigations by Trump. Hillary said that the fact that Barr did not answer the question was a big sign of a "guilty conscience." She also highlighted how she herself had been investigated "repeatedly" over the 2012 Benghazi attack issue and "testified for 11 hours" and sat through "7 committee hearings."
However, she said despite being exonerated from every kind of wrongdoing, it was very "sad" that the "accusations have had some residue" hinting at the huge amount of opposition that the Republicans had built up despite she being proclaimed innocent. She also called Trump's ongoing fixation of her on as a "diversion attack" something he regularly engaged in to not only distract the country from his own problems but also to fire up his Republican base of supporters.

"I guess it is one of their tools to fire up their hard-core base. When in doubt, go after me...They know better. But this is part of their whole technique to divert attention from what the real story is. The real story is the Russians interfered in our election. And Trump committed obstruction of justice. That's the real story." Clinton also discussed the highly controversial and hot topic findings of the Mueller report and how it gave her some new details about her campaign for the presidency back in 2016.

Clinton also said that that calling for Barr's resignation "makes perfect sense," although she did not explicitly do so herself. A number of Democrats, however, feel that highlighting this issue at this particular point of time could take away the limelight away from the findings of the Mueller report. Clinton also criticized Barr for behaving as "the President's defense lawyer" rather than the Attorney General of the country. She said, "He is not the attorney general of the United States in the way he has conducted himself."

While a number of Democrats have called for impeaching the President, Clinton is not one of them and instead asked the Congress to continue looking into other aspects of the President's wrongdoings. "There's a lot of important material to be explored, so you have to do it in a way that creates a narrative. What is it you're finding out? Where does it lead? But, if it leads to the conclusion that this President has committed high crimes and misdemeanors, that's what should motivate the Congress to act." She added, that her concern in all of this was to prevent a repeat of Russian meddling in the subsequent election. "I don't want it to happen again."