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Hillary Clinton to voters upset over Biden-Trump choice: ‘Get over yourself’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told voters who are upset over a November choice between President Biden and former President Trump to “[g]et over” themselves Monday.

“Get over yourself,” Clinton responded, when comedian Jimmy Fallon asked what she would say to voters “upset” about the choice they face in the 2024 presidential election, during his late-night NBC program Monday, in a clip highlighted by Mediaite.

“Those are the two choices,” Clinton continued.

Clinton continued with a comparison between the candidates, conceding that they were both “old.”

“One is old and effective and compassionate, has a heart and really cares about people,” Clinton said, describing Biden.

The other, she said, “is old and has been charged with 91 felonies,” seemingly referring to the legal woes Trump has and continues to face.

Clinton, formerly Trump’s political rival in the 2016 presidential election, has also previously hit the former president over his legal woes, saying he was the “only person who could say they were better off four years ago,” in a post last month to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

“Multiple indictments and half a billion dollars in civil liability later, pretty much the only person who can say they were better off four years ago is Donald Trump,” Clinton said.

Trump currently leads Biden by 0.8 percent, according to poling averages from Truth Puke/Decision Desk HQ, at 45.3 percent and 44.5 percent, respectively.

Clinton is reportedly set to host a Broadway-themed fundraiser with “Hamilton” star Lin-Manuel Miranda Wednesday, held at a performance of “Suffs: The Musical,” which the former secretary of state is co-producing.

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