Top American daily "The Wall Street Journal" has slammed Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, for her remarks in India wherein she blamed the "backward parts of the US" for her loss.
Most importantly, she mentioned many white women being "forced" to vote for President Trump. "You don't like black people getting rights, you don't like women getting jobs, you don't want to see that Indian American succeeding more than you are, whatever that problem is, I am going to solve it". She told an interviewer that people should "follow the money" to find evidence of foreign influence over US politics. Moreover, as she's still in some ways the party's standard-bearer, it's why Democrats face an uphill battle still this November. "And his whole campaign, "Make America Great Again", was looking backwards", she alleged.
"I was wondering where she got that from ... why are you saying that as a feminist?"
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In 2016, Clinton made headlines after she was caught on camera collapsing into the arms of her Secret Service agents while leaving from the 9/11 memorial service at the World Trade Center.
Yep, unfortunately for Hillary she's off to very bad start to her trip in India, because not only did she slip on the stars, she did it twice! "He really likes their authoritarian posturing and behavior", she said during the event, The Washington Post reported. "She even said the United States presidential race was the "first reality TV campaign" and Trump is a 'reality TV candidate". "What that map doesn't show you is that I won the places that won two thirds of America's Gross Domestic product. Or women voted for a woman because she's a woman", Goldberg said.
Tuesday, the women of The View disected the former secretary of state's comments and not surprisingly, conservative cohost Meghan McCain held no punches in her analysis.
Perhaps Hillary needs to coordinate her message better with that of former Vice President Joe Biden, who once said that a person could not go into a Dunkin Donuts without dealing with a clerk with an "Indian accent".