Hillary Clinton Says America Doesn't Deserve a President Like Trump

by Antonio Miles March 14, 2018, 0:24
Hillary Clinton Says America Doesn't Deserve a President Like Trump

Apparently, it's the gift that keeps on giving.

During the campaign, Clinton apologized for her "basket of deplorables" remark, where she argued Trump's supporters were driven "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic" beliefs.

The former presidential candidate was descending a set of stone steps at the historic site when she slipped and nearly tumbled down, even as two aides held her by the arm. She also cited racism against Indians in her explanation to an Indian audience.

Hillary Clinton's trip to India started off on the wrong foot Monday when she slipped twice while descending the stairs of a historic palace, video footage shows. "I win the coast. I win the coasts, I win IL, I win Minnesota, places like that", Clinton said. And his whole campaign, Make America Great Again, was looking backwards.

"You didn't like black people getting rights, you don't like women, you know, getting jobs", Clinton said of Trump's message.

Trump won Alabama 1.3 million votes - or 62 percent - to Clinton's 729,500 votes, or 34 percent. Some have suggested Clinton was saying wealthy people's votes should have counted for more.

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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 claimed that she won the successful parts of the country and that Trump won the "backwards" areas. "What does that mean?" she said.

"You know, you didnt like black people getting rights".

Clinton answered questions in front of a crowd in Mumbai on Saturday and was asked if voters deserve the government they elect.

Some of Clinton's defenders will surely defend that picture, but this is not a mainstream argument in the Democratic Party - nor is it a productive one politically. She is trashing Americas heartland.

On March 11, Clinton left on a three-day tour to Madhya Pradesh, where she will visit the erstwhile Holkar kingdom, take a boat ride on the Narmada river, watch Maheshwari sari weaving, and then head to Indore on March 13 before flying back to the United States.

In fact, she practically repeated her "basket of deplorables" moment from September 2016.

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