The US President Donald Trump in his Twitter commented on the decision of the former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, who did not stand for election in 2020.

“It’s pity, does that mean I won’t have to compete with her again? She will be sorely missed,” the American leader wrote.

On the eve Clinton announced that, despite the refusal to run for President, she intends to “continue to work, to speak and to defend what she believes.” She also promised to participate actively in politics and support democratic candidates in 2020.

Hillary Clinton ran for President and was Donald Trump’s rival in 2016. In October 2018, she did not rule out that she would take part in the upcoming presidential race, but she did not speak clearly about her nomination. After that, Trump said he would be “very happy” to compete with her again.

The US presidential elections will be held on November 3, 2020. Earlier, the desire to run announced a member of the Democratic Party and Senator from Vermont 77-year-old Bernie Sanders, who in 2016 also fought for participation in the presidential elections.