Hillary Clinton has taken a swipe at the President of the United States, calling him ´unqualified´ in an interview to promote her new book. The former Democratic presidential candidate opened up about how she felt after losing out to Trump in the 2016 election - saying she felt ´completely and totally depleted´ after delivering her famous concession speech on November 9. Clinton, 69, told Stylist magazine of her guilt at losing out to Trump, saying: ´I have a great sense of responsibility, for not winning, for letting people down. ´Even more so when you consider who my opponent was. If
She doesn´t feel guilty. Guilty people hide, they don´t wallow in it. She feels angry and she wants the world to soothe her fury, pet her head, and tell her it wasn´t her fault. She´s utterly ridiculous. Scorn her.
"unqualified"?! This humorless, unlikable ****h has been in public life for 30 years and has not one single accomplishment, although a couple of job titles, and she is one of the most corrupt candidates for elected office in American history if not THE most corrupt.
I don´t get it. Why the angry public remarks, when she just said in her monthly newsletter to her supporters that she was learning to appreciate quiet time at home with Bill, the dogs and her granddaughter? /s
Clearly, nothing is going to shut the Old Gal up. She is not going to stop grinding on this loss until she takes her last breath. While she is an annoying despicable harridan, something in me is filled with joy to hear her constant wailing and excuse making. Nothing says defeat like someone who refuses to accept it. She will forever be the scorned woman first by her own husband and now by someone she sees as beneath her. The thought that her nemesis, Donald J. Trump bested her is beyond delicious to most of us.
Trumps words at the debate, "You´d be in jail, " still brings a smile to my face. That had to leave a mark. *Snort*
The former Secretary of State also spoke of the ´mistakes´ she made during the campaign trail, including the ´dumb´ FBI email scandal - and her regret that the world did not pay more attention to the UK´s June 2016 Brexit referendum result.
The substance of which emails is STILL ignored by the MSM, FBI, CIA, NSA, Congress, ad infinitum.
On a side note, the airbrush guy who did Hillary´s photos is literally the best in the world.
She is a lying horror, the country voted resoundingly against this *_itch. Americans did not let us down, she was just that bad a choice. Both she and O´Bumbler were completely unqualified for the office of the President.
Mrs. Clinton, since you lost against someone whom you claim was unqualified, what does that say to you Hillary the Goof?
One answer. Being a socialist, a follower of Moronism, she actually believes that the really competent people are government apparatchiks that spend a lifetime honing their conniving "leadership" skills. President Trump´s election goes in the face of all she believes about utopian totalitarian government (and the stupidity of the people who are supposed to vote for it).
Unqualified President Trump? Let me say this, President Trump could resign today or just put his feet up on his desk and he´s already accomplished more than three previous presidents. I hope Hillary Clinton keeps this up until the day she dies. It make me feel good and she didn´t let me down.
All of the political chops in the Clinton family--all of them--belong to Bill. Even with his mountain-sized character flaws he´s an effective politician, a natural. The distaff member of the former First Pair--the one that neither wears nor soils dresses--has no people skills, therefore, she has no political skills. People skills require that one actually like all kinds of people, delight in them, have empathy for them, love them even. Most of us manage that fairly well. She doesn´t. She can´t even fake it. Her contempt for all us serfs is palpable. She´s too good for us, on a higher existential plane. In her mind everyone else save Eleanor Roosevelt´s ghost is beneath her. As Randy Newman sang, it´s lonely at the top. (Link below)
Having the ultimate political prize dangled almost within the grasp of her grubby, greedy fingers then snatched away by ... by ... HIM, it´s almost too beautiful to contemplate. What would really kill her dark soul would be for her nemesis Trump to be an effective president, something he´s already making progress on.
Hillary is trying not to fade away, but her time is past; she´s done. Her public service benefited mostly her, Bill, Chelsea, and all the pilotfish and remoras in the Clinton retinue. They´ve gotten what they could from her and Bill; now it´s time to discard the empty husks, pantsuit, Red Nose, and all.
I´m reminded of Alanis Morissette´s song "You Oughta Know." Some women regarded it as the anthem for scorned women everywhere, whereas men (and a lot of women) listened to it and thought, "No wonder he dumped her--she´s a freakin´ psycho!" With every statement Hillary makes, she confirms the wisdom of our not having elected her president.
I wish her feeling to "hide-away" hadn´t left her! The most unaccomplished woman in politics continues to get front page headlines from the msm for her drivel. I guess that will continue until the end comes. Bill you are tied at the hip to this mess for life!
Unqualified? Look in the mirror when you say that Hillary. Hillary lost because she had no achievements or qualifications. People were ready to take their chances with Trump rather than the same tired group of corrupt career politicians.
Hillary Clinton has no record of achievement. Her Clinton healthcare initiate failed; her reset with the Russians failed, and of course she pushed for a Western attack on Libya that became a disaster, and resulted in the murder of the American Ambassador. Then in the end she lost two presidential elections. Now she intimates that she had no knowledge that one of her primary donors is a sexual pervert who assaulted and abused many young actresses for years. Give us a break, a big bullet was dodged by the nation when Hillary lost the election last November.
You didn´t "let people down", Miss Rodham. You gave the nation one of the greatest boons it has ever known, by letting Donald Trump so totally outsmart you. Thank you, from the bottom of our deplorable hearts.
Liberals claim Hillary is qualified to be president because she was first lady. If Hillary was married to a brain surgeon would those liberals let her perform brain surgery on them? After all, she was married to a brain surgeon. Trump runs a billion dollar business. Clinton runs her mouth. We know who´s unqualified Hillary. Thats why you lost.
Why can´t Herself go into a darkened room in Herselfs Chappaquah Manse and wallow in self-pity, bottles of wine, boxes of Twinkies, gallons of ice cream and a case of Kleenex like other fat Girls that get dumped and leave the rest of us alone?
On of the best times in my life as a voter was when the election results for Pennsylvania came in at 3am on 11/9/2016. I knew then that PDJT won. After that I quietly got up for work had plenty of coffee treated myself to Chick-fil-a and was giddy for the rest of the day. The PIAPS didn´t let no one down she spared us and the country basically from Obama 2.0 with her own brand of corruption. Now she should just do what she felt like doing and hide away back into her crypt because now she´s beyond pathetic.
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