´Gutted!´ Hillary Clinton FAILS to turn up for TV and radio appearances with Philip Schofield, Women´s Hour and Graham Norton after ´falling over and hurting* Daily Mail (UK), by Shekhar Bhatia & Tim Sculthorpe
Hillary Clinton was forced to make a series of embarrassing media cancellations today after falling and hurting her foot, MailOnline can reveal. The former First Lady failed to show up at BBC Woman’s Hour, ITV´s This Morning show and at the London Studios to record an interview with the BBC´s Graham Norton Show. Sources said her fall had followed her appearance at the South Bank Centre last night and the twice-defeated Presidential candidate had been exhausted after a lengthy book promotion tour. This Morning presenter Philip Schofield said on Snapchat: ´Supposed to be interviewing Hillary Clinton... but she´s fallen over
If she can´t handle a book tour and a dinner without falling down, how could she handle the duties and responsibilities of president? She needs to enter an assisted living facility and sit in a rocking chair.
Always has an excuse for her falls and of course blames everyone for why she lost. The woman needs to be put in a room and lock the door so we won’t have to hear her voice or her lies and coverups. Enough!
She´s drinking again. She has fallen more in her life than most people. She falls hard and always breaks something. Makes one wonder doesn´t it. It is always convenient just before she has to face tough questions and her lies aren´t working.
Look, there are things that happen to us as we are "playing in the fourth quarter." Balance, steadiness, stamina often weaken. You learn to pace yourself, rest, and prioritize your goals to fit your abilities. For most, that involves retirement and devotion to things and people that matter most.
She needs to make the tough decision to retire. It´s time.
Saw a clip of her being interviewed. She sits there, slouching on her chair, legs outstretched, ankles crossed. She looked slovenly, although tidily dressed. Speech was a little slurred. She looked tired and haggard.
But... as we like to say around our home, "The ugliest part of [her] body is [her] mind." (from the great, late Frank Zappa)
Wait a minute..If she hurt her foot, so what? If she fell and hit her head and got concussed, hasn´t she had previous falls, something about special glasses to prevent double vision? This all rings a bell. Cancelling due to a "hurt foot" is a lame (no pun intended) excuse. Makes no sense.
Running down stairs, coffee or not, your momentum will carry you forward. If it were a slip on the stairs her feet would have flown out from under her and she would have landed on her monstrous butt. Either way I am finding it hard to figure out exactly how either scenario ends up with a broken toe.
Just our luck she falls down a flight of stairs and doesn´t break her neck.
This evil women is so corrupt she lies even when the truth is innocent. I´ve broken a toe heading for the bathroom in the dark while cold sober, so what.
And, no i never got a boot put on it. I´m with the other posters, booze was definitely involved. Alcoholics make up the most outrageous stories to cover up what sober people would consider inconsequential trivia.
I laughed when I saw the picture the host posted, of a couch empty of all but the Hillary book. Hey look! It´s been photobombed at the bottom of the frame by the sneaky coffee cup that pushed her downstairs!
re #32 "Whatever the real story is, her version isn´t it."
I could believe a broken arm or leg, or a concussion, from a fall down the stairs. A broken toe? That sounds more like she kicked something in a fit of rage, and the something was harder than her toe was.
I want the Butcher of Benghazi to be the face of the demon-crap party from now until the cows come home. My apologies to cow´s everywhere.
Every time she opens that nasty mouth of her´s, more gems come flowing out. The only thing that witch with a "B" could do to put a smile on my face is to drop over dead, into an open sewer, that´s where she belongs.
The ol´ girl doesn´t look good in yellow. I broke my little toe when trying to work to fast at work. I didn´t get a boot. And I never missed work. I have inner ear dizziness issues. I use Doterra ginger essential oil to stop the dizziness.
Hillary was sprinting down a stone-cobbled London street in pursuit of a purse snatcher who had just robbed a poor old woman. After hurdling a trash can carelessly left out by some irresponsible husband, Hillary landed and the heel of her man-made pump gave way causing her to fall and injure her foot. The stupid male thief Secretary Clinton had chased was so out of breath he was easily captured and cuffed by an alert policewoman.
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