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Hillary Clinton: United States "doesn't deserve Trump"

13 March 2018

Plus, she's a Clinton, with a Gollum-like fanaticism for precious power. We could look forward to more reprises of her "deplorables" remark, in this case, just now saying that she won the "forward-looking" parts of America in 2016.

"What happened in my election, I was on the way to winning white women until former Director of the FBI Jim Comey dropped that ill-advised letter; then my numbers went down", she added.

"I won the places that represent two-thirds of America's gross domestic product", Clinton said.

"Well, I would have to say no, we did not deserve that", Clinton replied.

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"If you watch reality TV, you know it means that the person who is the most outrageous, the person who says the politically incorrect things, the person who's insulting and attacking, drives big ratings".

Clinton, who has served as a first lady, senator, and secretary of state during her political career, said the onus is on voters to separate what they might see are entertaining qualities about a candidate and what the candidate would be able to accomplish if he or she is elected.

Though Clinton won the popular vote by almost 3 million ballots, she lost in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin - three crucial states that cost her the election by about 80,000 votes, combined.

Clinton also reflected that in a campaign against a reality TV star perhaps she should have been more "entertaining".

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She made clear later in the discussion that she did not know where the special counsel's investigation into Russian election meddling and possible coordination with Trump's team is likely to lead.

Mrs. Clinton blamed racists and sexists with an acute hatred for black people.

Relying heavily on a member of her entourage for support, Clinton slipped and almost fell.

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