Malkin said Clinton has always been an elitist, and that her comments suggest Trump voters don’t like women having jobs and that they were pressured into voting for Trump by their husbands. “I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards”, she told Norton.
The Mehrangarh Fort authorities said her programme to visit there was cancelled due to the injuries and she might visit there tomorrow morning.
“View” host Joy Behar partially agreed with McCain.
“I thought it was time for them to back off right now”.
Clinton also said she was winning with white women – but lost momentum after then-FBI Director James B. Comey released a letter saying the agency was looking into additional emails from Clinton’s private server.
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. Hostin said to applause. “As someone who likes to uphold women’s rights?”
Clinton added that America doesn’t deserve a Trump presidency, and highlighted the people and businesses in the country that were standing up for their ideals. You want to win. “If the [Democratic] Party is the party of the heathens, we’re going to have Trump for another four years”.
Nigel Farage has told Hillary Clinton to “put a sock in it” after she blamed racism and misogyny for her failed presidential bid.
“I think at this point, if you can’t stop making this about virtue signaling and race, a lot of it was about poverty, a lot of it was about the economy, a lot of it was just this Anti-Washington sentiment”, McCain said, countering Clinton’s claim that Americans who voted for President Trump were motivated by bigotry.
Clinton said Trump’s message played to the worst elements in society.
Sara Haines said, “I think her whole answer was also looking backward”. Whatever your problem is, I’m gonna solve it. Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Florida (with the exception of FL, which went to Bob Dole in 1996) together make up 99 electoral votes, a significant chunk of the needed 270 votes to win an election.