Peter Hitchens Trembles at the Thought of Hillary in the White House

English journalist and author Peter Hitchens has a low opinion of Donald Trump. He believes Trump is “a balloon of noise and bluster which will one day burst in a terrible explosion of disappointment and regret.”

But then again, Hitchens also has a low opinion of Hillary Clinton, of whom he writes:

A clear victory for Hillary Clinton would create even greater problems. Educated, informed people here believe that there are serious doubts about her health. Even if they are wrong, her militant interventionist foreign policies are terrifying.

I lived through the Cold War and never believed we were in real danger. But I genuinely tremble at the thought of Mrs Clinton in the White House. She appears to have learned nothing from the failed interventions of the past 30 years, and scorns Barack Obama’s praiseworthy motto: ‘Don’t do stupid stuff.’

She will do stupid stuff, and drag us into it, you may rely upon it.

Hitchens continues:

I cannot quite work out how the good, sane impulse that gave birth to the USA could possibly have led us to this nightmare choice between two equally horrible outcomes.

I shall just have to carry on hoping that I am wrong.