President Bill Clinton took a jab at President Donald Trump in a Monday speech, becoming the third president in three weeks to implicitly take a shot at him.
Speaking at Georgetown University in a speech marking the 25-year anniversary of his electoral victory in 1992, Clinton blasted the president for his tendency to “badmouth” others. He did not mention Trump by name in the comment.
“I don’t believe your ability to badmouth someone else is evidence of authenticity,” Clinton said to applause from the crowd. “I don’t.”
Some who attended the speech interpreted it as a shot at Trump. He also criticized the administration’s positions on healthcare, climate change, trade, and immigration.
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