Over the past few weeks, Hillary Clinton has shown how bitter she still is about losing the election by turning up to give speeches in which she rants against President Donald Trump. On Friday, she did this once again during a speech at Georgetown University in which she blasted Trump’s budget proposal.
The Hill reported that Clinton warned that cuts to diplomacy and international aid could have devastating effects.
“We are seeing signals of a shift that should alarm us all,” Clinton said. “This administration’s proposed cuts to international health, development, and diplomacy would be a blow to women and children and a grave mistake to our country.”
“I am pleading that our government will continue its leadership role on behalf of peace in the world because the world must continue this work with or without U.S. involvement,” she added.
Though Clinton was appearing at the school to congratulate recipients of her eponymous award at Georgetown University, which was given this year to four women who played a role in the peace deals in Colombia, she spent much of the speech taking jabs at Trump. After presenting research that bolstered her argument about bringing women to the table in peace negotiations, she attacked Trump’s claims that she is a liar.