Hillary Clinton Says 'Follow the Money,' Good Advice?


She also claimed that white women were pressured by their husbands to vote for Donald Trump and didn't vote the way they wanted to.

There's all that red in the middle, where Trump won.

Just five months after breaking her toe, Hillary Clinton had a near miss yesterday while touring the Jahaz Mahal palace in Mandu, India. You don't want to, you know, see that Indian American succeeding more than you are? She told an interviewer that people should "follow the money" to find evidence of foreign influence over USA politics.

Malkin said Clinton's comments could drive turnout among Republican women in Pennsylvania in Tuesday's House special election.

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"Bitter Hillary Clinton trashes America's Heartland, calls states that didn't vote for her 'backwards, '" the RNC wrote.

She said the US was home to hard-working, law-abiding immigrants from around the world, including Latin America, India and China, and that Trump's campaign of "Make America Great Again" was backward. "But, it's impossible not to look back because, you have to look back to see where we stumbled".

Clinton also believes former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's October 28, 2016, letter to Congress about her private email server cost her support from white women voters. You don't want to vote for her.

"What the map doesnt show you is that I won the places that represent two-thirds of Americas gross domestic product", Clinton explained.

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It never occurred to Clinton that perhaps she lost because she scorned those people; it never occurred to Clinton that perhaps those people scorned her not because her agenda was sophisticated, but because her hatred of them was so basic to her nature. "You know, 'You didn't like black people getting rights?"

The group found rare consensus while discussing remarks that Clinton made during a seminar in India over the weekend, in which she seemed to imply that Donald Trump defeated her because he ran a campaign focused on stoking racial fears.

What Clinton is saying is that a woman who did not vote for her is less likely to be able to think for herself, or otherwise she would have voted for Clinton. "Where governments lag like our own, business leaders and activists have stepped up to take action", she said.

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