Hillary Clinton's Long History Of Having Trouble Standing Up

Violet Powell
March 14, 2018

"I think her whole answer was looking backward", Haines said.

Clinton, during her ongoing trip to India, said that Democrats "do not do well with white men, and we don't do well with married, white women".

Hillary Clinton spoke in India this past weekend, and her comments about her failed campaign against Donald Trump have sparked criticism.

Many opted for amusing comments on some documentary footage from Hillary's trip, where Hillary was shown falling down and clinging to those who accompanied her.

She said it was "the first-ever reality TV election" in US history.

"You know Bill negotiated NAFTA, Obama negotiated the Transpacific Partnership and those are all under attack", Clinton said, "And they don't understand the kind of worldview that the current administration is pursuing".

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Clinton's accusation that Trump represents voters who oppose "black people getting rights" also provides a marked contrast with the unemployment rate for African-Americans, which at 6.8 percent in December was the lowest it has ever been since the U.S. Census Bureau began measuring it. "What that map doesn't show you is that I won the places that won two thirds of America's Gross Domestic product".

"Reality TV because a person who is the most outrageous and prone to say incorrect things gets away with it, drawing big rankings".

"Make America Great Again" - was looking backwards.

Her comments were dragged on Monday's Fox and Friends where Clinton was accused of "trash [ing] America's heartland". "And I think [it does] with many people".

Clinton, at a conclave in Mumbai, suggested that those who supported Trump did so because they did not like black people getting rights, women getting jobs or Indian-American succeeding more than them.

After the second slip, Clinton kicked off her sandals and proceeded the rest of the way down the steps without incident. She proudly heaped scorn on voters who weren't inclined to back her-her infamous "basket of deplorables" remark is still shocking to read-and thereby managed to lose an election to a man who did everything in his power to make himself unelectable. She later backed off the "half" part but stood by her general sentiment. Trump made hay of the circumstance by using it against her in his presidential campaign, by making her health an issue.

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