Humble Hillary Calls Herself “Revolutionary,” Says “If I Had Won, I Would Have Been Seen As a Genius” (AUDIO)
In an interview on Tuesday with NPR’s Morning Edition host Rachel Martin, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called her campaign “revolutionary,” adding “if I had won, I would have been seen as a genius.”
MARTIN: “Did you underestimate the way that your familiarity with the American public could negatively impact your campaign?”
CLINTON: “Well, I thought it was pretty revolutionary that I was the first woman to have a realistic chance of becoming president. So, I don’t know how any woman, who is not familiar to people, since we have so many hurdles to over come, could have even been in that position that I found myself. If I had won, I would been seen as a genius, my campaign would have been seen as perfect, I understand all of that.”
Hillary is such a “genius,” that she bought a second New York home for her “future” White House staff.
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down with Jane Pauley on ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ and gave her first T.V. interview since the 2016 presidential election.
Hillary spoke about her new memoir ‘What Happened’ which is set to release September 12.
Not only did Hillary Clinton blame Comey for her election loss when he decided to re-open the FBI investigation eleven days before the election, she doubled down on her ‘Deplorable’ insult to Trump supporters.
Hillary’s blame game continued during her interview when the issue of her being a female candidate arose. Hillary Clinton blamed sexism and misogyny for her election loss.
Hillary Clinton was so sure she was going to become president that she actually purchased a second home in New York for security personnel and staffers.
Remember, Hillary said she was ‘flat broke’ when she left the White House. It looks like the Clinton Foundation turned out to be a nice money making scheme for the Clintons.
Hillary also took a shot at President Trump’s inaugural speech claiming it was “a cry from the white nationalist gut”. Really?
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Washington Free Beacon reports:
Silver, the editor-in-chief of the data website FiveThirtyEight, said that Clinton doesn’t get enough criticism for running a negative campaign.
“She ran by various measures the most negative campaign in history and she was successful,” Silver said. “Although Trump helped himself a lot, she was successful at making Trump very unpopular. She didn’t think about ‘how do I make myself more popular’ as much.”
Silver said that Clinton also didn’t think about the 15 percent of people who didn’t like either candidate and that she could have won the election had she gotten even half of those voters.