RED ALERT: Hillary Drops HUGE Hint About What She’ll Do to Obama If She’s Elected President
Speaking at a campaign event in Iowa on Tuesday, 2016 Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told a crowd of supporters what she might do to President Barack Obama if and when she becomes the president of the United States.
“Wow, what a great idea,” she said when an audience member asked if she had ever considered the possibility of nominating Obama to the Supreme Court, according to The Hill. “Nobody has ever suggested that to me. He may have a few other things to do.”
“I think that the Supreme Court has been heading in the wrong direction,” she added.
Keep in mind that one of her audience members initially brought up the idea. Still, the fact that it resonated so well with her made it clear that she would at least consider this radical nomination if she wins the 2016 election.
However, were the GOP to maintain control of the Senate, they would without a doubt do everything in their power to block Clinton from getting away with such a nomination. Moreover, Sen. Ted Cruz serves on the Judiciary Committee, and he has a track record for putting up a great fight against proposals that he opposes.
Plus, Obama is rumored to be thinking about moving to New York and teaching at Columbia Law School after his presidency finally ends in 2017. There have also been reports that he secretly aspires to become the next secretary general of the United Nations.