How do you deal with the fact that you get “more votes for President than any white man” in American history and still loose?
It’s true that, throughout the campaign, Clinton was described—by Trump, by his surrogates, and by countless people on social media—in the ugliest terms: weak, sickly, a criminal, physically repellent. Clinton, in her book, tells of how, during the second debate, just two days after the “grab ’em by the pussy” tape, she wanted to wheel around at Trump, who was “breathing down my neck,” and say, “Back up, you creep, get away from me, I know you love to intimidate women but you can’t intimidate me, so back up.” Instead, she bit her tongue and kept going.
David Remnick — The New Yorker
2 thoughts on “Hillary Clinton Looks Back in Anger”
She has every right to be angry. I know I was and still am even though I wasn’t a candidate.
I regret Hillary’s loss, but it’s time to move on.