The 2016 loser of the presidential election went after the policies of the winner Thursday.
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton went after President Trump’s travel ban and the policies of the Department of Eduction at Medgar Evers College Commencement on Thursday.
“We see official actions that turn us against one another and turn us back,” Clinton said.
“The Muslim ban is a particularly egregious example,” she said. “And yes, it is a ban as the president himself made very clear this week.”
Clinton then began to criticize the Department of Education, alleging that it was attacking civil rights in a “dangerous” fashion.
The loser of the 2016 presidential election said that Trump’s Department of Education was working “to undermine the progress that public schools and public colleges and universities have made.”
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