Hillary Clinton is settling old scores in a campaign tell-all book – and angering some Democrats in the process…
She knew she had vulnerabilities. Clinton has mostly kept a low profile since her stunning loss to Donald Trump previous year.
As a female pollster, Conway said she would “walk into the RNC and I’d walk into other Republican political situations, which I have described as walking into the men’s locker room at the Elks Club holding a bachelor party”, explaining there were few female pollsters or politicians when she started out. “Taking a page from the pre-heart attack version of her husband, Clinton says she was ‘splurging on burgers and fries” and ‘enjoying every bite’. She is also the editorial director of the Daily Trojan.
In a never-to-be confrontation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton hoped to stare down the Russian leader who US intelligence believes worked to elect her campaign rival. “But he hasn’t had the last laugh yet”. Bernie Sanders, brushed off Clinton’s claims that he ended up “paving the way” for Trump to nickname her “Crooked Hillary”, others were not so willing to shrug off her finger-pointing.
In this sense, perhaps Sanders has a point when he says all parties might benefit from looking forward instead of dwelling on the past.
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), her Democratic rival, caused “lasting damage” during the primary that led to President Donald Trump’s “crooked Hillary” campaign against her.
The faction of white, heterosexual, male Bernie supporters, dubbed “Bernie Bros” by their critics, who loathe “social justice warriors” for “distracting” us all with purportedly unimportant matters like respecting gender identity and protecting trans people, share this view with supporters of President Donald Trump.
Democrats united in their resistance to the Trump presidency, Huffman said, do not want to return to the internecine squabbles that divided Clinton and Sanders supporters in the months before the election.
“My response is that right now it’s appropriate to look forward and not backward”, Sanders told The Hill.
Not everyone was so charitable. But she was the candidate who didn’t bother to campaign in Wisconsin, and Biden just a surrogate. “She’s doing harm to all of us because of her own selfishness. Frankly, it’s obvious I got screwed on all sides”.
There’s very little chance of that. A lot of us are scratching our heads and wondering what she’s trying to do.
Finally, there is this bit of soul-searching: “What makes me such a lightning rod for fury?”
Ms Clinton takes ownership of the result, saying she as the candidate must accept responsibility. Negative attacks simply don’t land as well when they’re directed at-or coming from-a woman.
But sex likely permanently colored her image for those of us over a certain age because she didn’t conform to the norms of the unelected office of First Lady. A more ruthless opponent would have hammered her day and night. “It’s certainly not helpful”, the aide, also unnamed, said.
She wrote that she thinks sexism was also clearly at play and a crucial part of her defeat.
Hillary, 69, revealed that when it comes to her and Bill, there are “many, many more happy days than sad or angry ones”.
She opened up about that hard time in the memoir.
“On issue after issue, it was like he kept promising four-minute abs, or even no-minute abs”. Clinton writes that her call with Trump was “without a doubt one of the strangest moments of my life”.
“I was just thinking to myself this morning, ‘I would love to relive that magical election of 2016, ‘” the comedian joked during his monologue on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” “The answers were always yes”.
It is believed there are a number of major factors behind his poor showing in this new poll, the findings of which were released on Wednesday, September 6.
One of those attitudes, Clinton said, is the pressure society places on women – and not men – to be flawless.