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Now, though, every time I hear the politics of personal destruction leveled at him, I feel like it's leveled at me too... because he's doing pretty much what I wanted him to do. That feeling is becoming cemented in my mind as a Democratic trait, which is a pretty big hill to climb come election day.
Will America finally vote a woman into the White House in 2020? Will she be a Democrat or a Republican? Does it even matter? And could Stormy Daniels be the scandal that topples Trump?
Jennifer Palmieri, former director of communications for the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign, and author of the new book Dear Madam President, joins us on this week’s Inside the Hive to talk about all these topics, what life in the Obama White House was like, how it felt to lose to Trump (“surreal”), and the fear of knowing Russia was trying to break our democracy.
Former first lady Michelle Obama admitted that the female candidate in the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton, had her flaws but was more qualified for the job than the victor, Donald Trump.
“The best qualified candidate in this last race was a woman,” Obama said Thursday at the longest-running women's leadership conference in the nation. “And she wasn’t perfect, but she was way more perfect than many of the alternatives.”
Only a couple of weeks after former 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton offended millions of Americans by calling Trump voters “backwards,” Yale Law School has announced the creation of a fund in her honor.
According to the Yale Daily News, several former classmates of Clinton, LAW ‘73, have successfully convinced Yale Law School’s development office to create the “Hillary Rodham Clinton Fund for the Public Interest,” which will provide financial support to recent Yale graduates for year-long fellowships following graduation.
It seems that Hillary-Clinton-as-fashion-muse isn’t necessarily soooo 2016. Witness “Flower’s” Zoey Deutch, who appeared at a Wednesday night awards ceremony in Washington hosted by the Clinton-founded women’s nonprofit Vital Voices. Deutch, wearing a floral pantsuit, accessorized her outfit with an unusual touch: a manicure that featured a white background with what looked like navy blue lettering spelling out “HRC,” Clinton’s initials, on the thumb.
The actress posed for pics with her nail-lacquer inspiration and introduced Clinton onstage at the Kennedy Center. “This is not a phase, this is not a trend. It’s a tipping point,” Deutch said, according to the Vital Voices Twitter feed of the event.
originally posted by: angeldoll
a reply to: TheRedneck
I don't see her popping up.
I see her all the time. She's finding someone to blame for her loss, or bad-mouthing people who didn't vote for her, or making up some excuse why she should have won. She's still giving speeches, and writing books that keep getting rave reviews on some networks and lambasts on others.