After the second debate, filmmaker Michael Moore told MSNBC’s Brian Williams ,
“Everybody watching this right now knows she is a beloved American, and she would go in there, and she would beat him. She’d beat him in the debates, he wouldn’t be able to bully her, he wouldn’t be able to nickname her … and she is beloved.
Just go to C-SPAN and follow her book tour across the country. She’s playing 15,000-seat arenas in the Midwest. They have to turn people away. She takes the stage and she’s so powerful and so good. You just look at that and you think, ‘Of course. She could win.”
But everyone’s now saying well, of course, she’s not going to run. Well, has anyone asked her? I think if she were asked,
‘Look, we’re sorry about this. We have to come back to you, you have to go back to the White House, your country needs you,’
if asked to serve, I believe she would serve.
I think she would win, she would crush him.
Who’s he talking about? Oprah? No, it’s:
But the former FLOTUS isn’t Moore’s only hope, he said earlier in the broadcast that four candidates have a shot at defeating Trump:
Sen. Bernie Sanders, former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Kamala Harris.
On Thursday morning, even on Fox and Friends, as they criticized Democratic candidates for keeping their distance from the last administration, co-host Ainsley Earhardt said,
“She is beloved around the world,”
(Photo, screen grab; via MSNBC)