“Certainly misogyny played a role,” Clinton told a Women in the World Summit on Thursday. “I mean, that has to be admitted.”All of them, apparently, except herself...
She then went on to claim that people felt uncomfortable with her being a successful woman, claiming that there is an “inverse relationship” between success and popularity that only applies to women.
Clinton’s comments were in response to a question on why she lost the election, to which she said she believed that there was no single reason.
“[Like] in any campaign, there are so many different crosscurrents and events, and some have a greater impact than others,” she said.
Friday, April 07, 2017
It's Blame All Around
Hillary knows who's responsible:
California shows liberal policies in full effect:
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