Mrs. Clinton's has refused to do so, arguing that this is her last rodeo. This is her last chance to move the country into a borderless, global economy while cashing in on the deal.
"Nobody has more experience than I do," the former secretary of state, former First Lady and former New York State senator said. While citing her past experience, Mrs. Clinton refused to outline her long list of accomplishment, saying that it would take too long and she has to prepare to run the nation.
Mr. Trump has also refused to back down from entering the election telling the press that he is not a quitter and definitely not a loser.
"I'm gonna win, and I'm gonna win big," he said, "and you can take that to the bank. But if you do, make sure you're in front of Hillary on the line--with all the money she gets in her pay to play bribes, she's gonna be there a long, long time, believe me."
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) said, "I am sickened by what I heard. Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified."
Kim Kardashian agreed with Ryan. "We women should all be revered," she said, "and whatever Mr. Ryan meant by 'championed'."
Caitlyn Jenner neither agreed nor disagreed with Kim, simply saying she was "unsure."
Speaker Ryan has not withdrawn his endorsement of Trump, but he took away his invitation to join him at the annual GOP-unity rally in Wisconsin. Mike Pence, the VP running mate of Trump, will attend in his place, and while he condemned Trump's lewd comments, he indicated his intentions of staying on the GOP ticket.
"I was offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump in the 11-year-old video," Pence said in a statement. "I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them. We look forward to the opportunity he has to show what is in his heart when he goes before the nation tomorrow night."
That ought to put some pressure on the Donald, if he knows what's good for him.
Mitch McConnell (Turtle-KY) endorsed Trump but said, "These comments are repugnant and unacceptable in any circumstances."
But in spite of not accepting Trump's comments, he continues to accept him as the GOP nominee as he has not withdrawn his endorsement.
The 70-year-old Trump apologized last night saying the comments "don't reflect who I am, but you gotta admit, for a guy my age, I'm pretty good, libido-wise."
Hillary Clinton has fallen out of favor with the Bernie Sanders socialists especially after WikiLeaks disclosed speeches allegedly made by the former secretary of state in which she said that Wall Street insiders are best equipped to help reform the financial sector and that Sanders supporters are a "bucket of losers."
This may have been one of the few instances in which Clinton allegedly told the truth.
The emails also showed that Clinton was aware of the high probability that her and her staff's Blackberries were targets for hackers, something she pretended not to realize as she used her trusty "incompetence defense" when questioned by Congress.
The emails show how she favors government healthcare and supports the pipeline as well as a global economy without borders.
For a video by Fox News on the emails, click here.
As it now stands, both candidates are adamantly refusing to step down and allow someone with more ethics, a greater sense of morality and more credibility to take their places in the election. So America is clearly stuck with two of the most disliked, distrusted, disrespected and disturbing nominees in American history.
Especially Hillary Clinton . . . she's freaking evil.