Hillary Clinton slips twice on stone steps during India visit

Hillary Clinton slips twice on stone steps during India visit

Hillary Clinton slips twice on stone steps during India visit

But while Donald Trump came out on top in the election, Hillary Clinton can still draw ire from conservative groups and pundits-as when she recently criticized those who voted for Trump as supporting a backward-looking ideology.

If you look at the map of the United States, there is all that red in the middle where Trump won.

Clinton's comments in India recall a controversy during her 2008 Democratic presidential primary campaign against then-Sen. "And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should".

"You didn't like black people getting rights, you don't like women, you know, getting jobs", Clinton said.

"It goes back to her statement where she denigrated stay-at-home moms because she doesn't want to stay home and bake cookies and serve milk".

'I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards, ' she explained in the interview. Does that mean in the situation of an unmarried couple just living together and voting for Clinton that the female in the relationship is simply following the lead of her liberal husband?

"Make America Great Again" was looking backwards", she told attendees at India Today: "Conclave 2018. You dont like women, you know, getting jobs.

We're aware that some elected officials-perhaps more than a few-regard the average voter with contempt.

Clinton was linking arms with a man on one side as she stumbled the first time.

"I won from the places which has two-thirds share in the gross domestic product". They're certainly not going to show up to vote for Hillary Clinton or anyone like her.

Co-host Sara Haines expressed her wonderment as to why Clinton was still fixated on an election that occurred nearly two years ago. She seems to say Trump was providing an outlet for these people.

Haines expressed her displeasure at Clinton's comments, saying that real leaders needed to focus on the ground ahead of them, rather than the path that lay behind.

"Now he's launching a trade war with tariffs, with no thought to it", she said, alarmed that the president was leading the country with "shoot from the hip" behavior. "Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic - you name it". "Or women voted for a woman because she's a woman", Goldberg said.

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