Hillary Clinton Tells Unsatisfied Voters To ‘Get Over Yourself’

During a brief appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, former first lady and Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that Americans who are unsatisfied with the candidates for the upcoming presidential election need to “get over” themselves.

Her remarks were made during the April 1 edition of the show, in which she appeared to promote “Suffs,” a Broadway musical about the women who fought for the 19th Amendment and women’s right to vote. Clinton is one of the show’s producers.

Before getting down to business and promoting the musical, though, Fallon asked her what message she had for voters who are not pleased with the all but finalized ballot for the November 2024 presidential election. President Joe Biden is expected to represent the Democrat Party while former President Donald Trump is the last remaining candidate for the GOP, resulting in a rematch of the two politicians.

In response to Fallon’s question, Clinton replied, “Get over yourself. Those are the two choices.”

Her answer was met with cheers from Fallon before Clinton continued to criticize Trump—to whom she lost her bid for president during the 2016 election—and promote Biden for reelection. She described her opponent as an “old” candidate and reminded the audience that he is facing charges of “91 felonies.”

Clinton also admitted that Biden “is old,” but described him as “effective and compassionate,” someone who “has a heart” and “really cares about people.” She further promoted the sitting president, whose age and seemingly impaired mental capacity has long been viewed by many Americans as rendering him unfit for office, by saying that she does not “understand why this is even a hard choice.”

Clinton added that, while hinting her belief that Biden would almost inherently win a second term in the White House, the law required the election. She expressed her hope that Americans “will realize what’s at stake” and pointed out that Trump and his team have been “pretty clear about what kind of country they want.”

Trump has starkly contrasted his opponent on a number of issues, including the top priority issue for voters: immigration and border security. While Biden has promoted “open borders” and defended the so-called “rights” of illegal aliens, Trump has vowed to crack down on the migration crisis that has left American cities void of resources and sparked an uptick in crime.

Finishing her remarks, Clinton praised the women who advocated for the 19th Amendment and echoed Fallon’s call to “get out there and vote.”