Trump and Clinton: A bipartisan alliance to save democracy

Hillary Clinton has been in the spotlight as president for much of her eight years in office, but the political rivalry between the two front-runners has not always been a positive one.

Clinton and Trump have faced off several times since the election, most recently when the Democratic presidential nominee held a press conference to address the possibility of a third Trump term.

While Clinton was quick to claim victory, Trump took to Twitter to bash the former secretary of state.

“The worst thing that could happen is for Hillary to win, or to be the first woman president,” Trump wrote in an Aug. 31 tweet.

“And she will.

That’s why we need a second woman president.

She won the election.

And she will get the job done.

The media will be so biased and biased in their favor.

They’ll hate her, and they’ll try to keep her in power.”

The most recent clash took place on the campaign trail on Aug. 30.

Trump was asked about the possibility that he could end his presidency with a second term.

“I will tell you that I don’t think that’s possible.

I think it’s a very dangerous precedent, very dangerous,” Trump said.

“She was the first one to run for president, and she lost.

She’s not a very good president, but she was the person that came out on top.

And I don.t think she should be the president of the United States.”

On Aug. 26, the former president appeared on NBC’s “Today” show, saying he is “not going to make a decision until after the election.”

“I’m going to be here and I’m going be watching.

I’m not going to get into a situation where I’m sitting here thinking, ‘Oh, I don,t think I’m making a decision,’ ” Trump said at the time.

“But I am going to watch it, and I am watching the outcome.

And you can be absolutely certain of it.”

On Monday, Trump returned to the campaign stage and said the two parties will have to find a way to resolve their differences before the 2020 election.

“We have to figure out how we are going to govern together.

We have to work it out,” Trump told the audience of students in New Hampshire.

“Let’s not do this, and we have to get over it.”

The former president also said the Democratic National Committee, which he leads, should have done more to help him defeat Clinton.

“If they did not do that, and had not been so partisan, I think I could have won the presidency,” Trump added.

“So, we have got to figure this out.

But we have not been able to solve this yet.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.