Bill Clinton Says Trump “Will Be Stacking Sandbags In Front Of The White” House During Biden’s Inauguration In A September Interview


An Instagram live interview of former President Bill Clinton and his wife former Secretary of the State Hillary Clinton early September has resurfaced and caught some conservatives’ attention because of the couple’s accusations to President Trump.

During the interview by White House Correspondent and CNN Political Analyst April Ryan with the Clinton couple, Bill mocked President Trump and said he will be “stacking sandbags in front of the White House” during Biden’s inauguration, suggesting the latter will win in the November 3 election.

New York Post reported:

Bill’s quip came after Ryan joked that the military would have to pry Trump’s “orange-knuckle” grip from his oval office desk in the instance that he loses.

“I was just thinking he probably won’t even come to Biden’s inauguration. He’ll be stacking sandbags in front of the White House,” the former president said.

The Clintons during their interview disparaged Trump’s fear-based campaign and again stressed the need to vote this November.

“I believe the other side is going to cheat and sneak and try to do everything they possibly can,” Hillary Clinton said

“We are going to be resolved and strong and on that front line. and we’re going to get our country back,” the former secretary of state added.

Bill said he thinks Trump believes the American people are “suckers” willing to go along with whatever Trump says, regardless of how loosely tethered it is to reality.

“[Trump] believes he can say anything and make it work,” he added. “He believes he can do anything and no one will stop [him].”

Bill added that Trump has resorted to scaring Americans because he believes there’s a chance he could lose.

“It’s very important to keep in mind that beneath all these big questions you are asking, it’s just Donald Trump’s proven ability to manipulate the psyche of the people that he is trying to scare the hell out of,” Bill said.

“Now, this is a person who says, ‘OK, I can’t win on my own, but people will believe whatever I tell them as long as it’s bad.”

Polls have showed a tight race, especially in some key battleground states. Hillary said in order to truly defeat Trump, the turnout must be remarkable so that there is no doubt.

“He is a clear and present danger to our freedoms, our liberties, our unity, and we’ve got to defeat him,” Hillary said.