USA did not 'deserve' Trump presidency, says Hillary Clinton during India visit

Frederick Owens
March 14, 2018

That is to say, just because you have an analysis of why someone voted the way they did and you think that it's wrong, you don't have to say it out loud.

Hillary Clinton fell down in 2009 during a visit to the White House. And since she was in India, she threw in the remark, "You don't want, you know, to see that Indian American succeeding more than you are".

The incident took place at the Jahaj Maha Place in Mandu, where Clinton lost her balance on more than one occasion despite her aides acting as fulcrums from the sides. "This message is losing", McCain said.

"I have to tell you some hard truths. the Clintons are a virus in the Democratic Party".

The figure in February rose slightly to 6.9 percent, but it has been on a steadily descending path since the Spring of 2011 under former President Barack Obama.

"Russian interference in the American elections was unprecedented and more than alarming".

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Clinton made headlines after she was captured on video collapsing into the arms of her Secret Service agents after being rushed from the 9/11 memorial service at the World Trade Center past year. Moreover, as she's still in some ways the party's standard-bearer, it's why Democrats face an uphill battle still this November.

"All of a sudden white women, who were going to vote for me and frankly standing up to the men in their lives and the men in their workplaces, were being told, 'She's going to jail". When women didn't have rights? "I think part of what happened in the election is nearly an attraction that many people had to the role that was being played by him as a candidate for president".

"The argument doesn't hold water".

But it was her comments about Trump voters that drew the ire of conservatives and ricocheted across social media. A Washington Post-ABC News poll after her "deplorables" comments found that more than two-thirds of Americans felt it was unfair "to describe a large portion of Trump's supporters as prejudiced against women and minorities".

"This last election was a poop storm", Whoopi Goldberg interjected "I think everybody needs to stop talking. I don't know why she was answering these questions".

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