Hillary Tells India How Awful Americans Are

Hillary Clinton in India says Donald Trump has

Hillary Clinton in India says Donald Trump has"quite an affinity for dictators

This isn't the first time she's insulted Trump supporters, in 2016, she called her opponents supporters "deplorables", a comment that has dogged her since.

"His whole campaign: "Make America Great Again" was looking backwards", said Clinton. And married couples tend to vote more alike simply because people who think alike on politics and religion, for example, are much more likely to get married - and stay married - than two people who have diametrically opposed worldviews. You don't like women getting jobs. "Whatever that problem is, I am going to solve it". "So it was a symptom, but it was also a cause".

Conservative commentator Erick Erickson wrote on his website, The Resurgent, despite Clinton's claims that Trump or his voters wouldn't want Indian-Americans succeeding, it was Trump who appointed Nikki Haley, an India-American as UN Ambassador, and it was Republican voters in SC and Louisiana who elected Indian-Americans Nikki Haley and Bobby Jindal as governors respectively.

"I'd much rather see a leader come out and talk about some of the things that are broken, that are not working", she said. Luckily, as you can see in the video abover, someone was guiding the former presidential nominee and caught her arm before tragedy struck.

On one level, that's not too surprising - given the historic nature of Obama's candidacy, especially for African-American voters, and given the usual fact that whites have a higher turnout rate than blacks - that a lot of black voters turned out for Obama then didn't vote in 2016.

A pair of weekend speaking engagements have reminded Americans how Donald Trump became our President.

"You don't like to hear me say this, but she did win by 3 million more votes", she added.

"Is that the commentary of someone who feels good about themselves, their lives, and their future?" Key aide Huma Abedin is allegedly following behind her on the stairs. "I think everyone just needs to stop talking".

Following her toe fracture at a London hotel last fall, the 70-year-old appeared on Britain's "Graham Norton Show" - her foot encased in a surgical boot - and explained the details behind her injury: "I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand". I don't know why she was there.

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