“For four years, people have been saying to me, ‘I didn’t realize how dangerous he was’…” On August 19, local time, the third day of the US National Congress, former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will speak at the Congress. In an excerpt released in advance by the organizers, Clinton’s speech script that night said that he had hoped that trump could become a better president, but he was, sadly, himself. According to foreign media reports such as the guardian, Hillary said, “I would have liked Donald Trump to be a better president. But sadly, he is himself. ” < / P > < p > in the excerpt, Hillary Clinton mentions that over the years, some Americans have told her that they want to go back to the 2016 US election if they can. “For four years, people have been saying to me, ‘I didn’t realize how dangerous he was. I hope I can go back and vote again. ” And the worst thing is, “I should have voted.” < p > < p > in Clinton’s view, the 2020 US election cannot have as many regrets as 2016. Hillary Clinton will appeal, “vote, as if our lives and lives are at stake, because it is.” Like other speakers, Clinton will also mention the promise of 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden to his family and country, according to the report. < / P > < p > “there are a lot of heartbreaking things in the United States now, and the fact is, a lot of things have been destroyed before the outbreak. But as the saying goes, the world will hit everyone, but after the experience, many people will become stronger where they are injured. ” “Joe Biden knows how to heal, unite and lead (the country),” Clinton said in her speech The National Congress of the United States was held from 17 to 20 local time. This is the 49th National Congress in the history of the United States. The theme of the conference is “unite America”. Joe Biden, the former vice president, was officially nominated by the US National Congress as the candidate for president in 2020 on the evening of 18th local time. Biden is scheduled to deliver a long-distance speech in Delaware, where he lives, on the evening of the 20th to officially accept the party’s nomination. It will be the first time since 1944 that presidential candidates from a major U.S. political party have accepted nominations remotely.