Democrats, Former Aides Not Pleased With Hillary's Recent Comments

Democrats, Former Aides Not Pleased With Hillary's Recent Comments

She then stated that Trump voters are ignoramuses who still stumble out to their outhouses in the middle of the night and stoop over a hole in the ground while reading old copies of Ku Klux Klan newsletters.

During a trip to India, Clinton explained how Democrats struggle to attract white male voters and, in turn, white married women.

For good measure, Clinton tore into women who voted for Trump as well - and suggested that they are all little Tammy Wynettes standing by their men.

As with most things Clinton says or does, theses comments - and others she made during the same discussion - drew sharp criticism from conservative pundits who accused her of saying white women are unable to make up their own minds.

Fox Democratic contributor Jessica Tarlov had difficulty defending Clinton's claim that women were pressured to vote for Trump, but she told Harris Faulkner that she doesn't want the former presidential candidate to disappear forever.

During a forum in India, failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton lashed out at those in flyover country, implying we hate black people, and stated that women who did not vote for her did so because their husbands told them to.


In a district that had elected Republicans for years, and went for President Donald Trump by 20 points, Democrat Conor Lamb was less than 1,000 votes ahead.

'We need leaders like her to look forward to 2020 and how to unify the party, not continue to re-litigate the past, ' the official said. Tribalism in voting exists on both sides: The intersectional politics of the Democratic Party is inherently race-based, and Trump successfully responded to that sort of politics in reactionary fashion.

"She put herself in a position where [Democrats] from states that Trump won will have to distance themselves from her even more", said one former senior Clinton aide.

Clinton beat Trump in the popular vote by almost 3 million ballots, but lost to the president in the Electoral College in a stunning upset.

'That's a lot of states, ' the ex-aide added. For months, some Democrats have been arguing that Clinton's sentiments have been counterproductive to the party's rebuilding efforts. We really do try very hard, ' Reed snarked.

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