Bill Clinton’s First Campaign Stop for Wife FLOPS as Females Scowl, Grimace and Look Bored to Tears
Hillary Clinton sent out her husband Bill to save her campaign this week.
His first stop in Nashua, New Hampshire was a complete flop.
The Daily Mail reported:
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton made his first solo campaign appearance in support of his wife’s White House bid on Monday in Nashua, New Hampshire, but the female voters standing behind him on stage – and one eighth-grader – were stone-faced and unimpressed.
They stood on risers through his 28-minute speech at Nashua Community College, alternating between frowns, grimaces and eye-rolls, even looking uninterested as they applauded a few of Clinton’s lines.
While a largely appreciative audience hung on Bill’s every word, an elderly woman at the edge of the stage cast her eyes downward and looked like she was having trouble staying awake.
And a young woman standing in the back against a Hillary ‘Fighting for us’ backdrop closed her eyes for significant stretches of time as TV cameras rolled and a girl in front of her scowled and fought off a yawn.
The New Hampshirites standing on stage with Bill were all smiles as he was introduced, but quickly seemed bored once he began talking.