“My advice would be to Hillary, there’s enough people that will do that and get that information out,” McAuliffe told Politico’s “Off Message.”
Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) had some advice for Hilary Clinton and the public role she has assumed since losing the election: “we just got to move on.” McAuliffe said there are enough people that can deliver a message, other than Clinton, in Politico’s “Off Message” podcast that aired on Tuesday.
Politico’s Edward-Isaac Dovere asked McAuliffe what he thinks about Clinton speaking out more in recent months, and whether she should be doing this.
“I think you got to move forward. You just got to move forward,” McAuliffe told Dovere. “I think the hard part is that, you know, you got to see Donald Trump every day,” McAuliffe added, “I think that’s hard on her. My advice would be we just got to move on.”
Dovere followed up by asking whether Clinton should be talking as much as she is.
“Well there are obviously serious issues that need to be dealt with,” McAuliffe responded, before discussing the impact that Russia had on the election and the need to understand the full extent of their involvement in the 2016 election.
“I think for [Clinton] there are enough people who can come out and deal with those issues,” McAuliffe concluded. “So that awareness has to be raised, has to be analyzed, has to be fixed, and I think there are enough people. My advice would be to Hillary there’s enough people that will do that and get that information out.”
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