Hillary Clinton Takes a Jab at ‘Likability’ Gauge For Female Candidates: ‘That Really Takes Me Back’ (VIDEO)
Hillary Clinton just won’t go away.
On Monday, twice-failed presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took a jab at the “likability” debate for women in politics during her speech alongside Gov. Cuomo at Barnard College in New York.
“There’s been a lot of talk recently whether our country is ready for women leaders and that really takes me back. Today, I want to thank all of you for your persistence.”
“I know many of you and can attest how smart, determined, effective, and, dare I say, likable you all are,” Hillary added.
Hillary Clinton was referencing the recent media blitz questioning whether Democrat Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren can avoid the same thing that plagued Hillary during her presidential bids — failing to be ‘likable.’
Clinton also cheered on abortion and demanded more access to Planned Parenthood for New Yorkers in her speech and she wonders why many women don’t get a warm and fuzzy feeling about her.
Hillary Clinton, alongside Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is speaking on women's health and rights in New York.
“There’s been a lot of talk recently about whether our country is ready for women leaders. Now that really takes me back,” Clinton said, also referencing the “likeable” debate. pic.twitter.com/dgkiuMNGnk
— POLITICO (@politico) January 7, 2019
Hillary Clinton is viewed as a cold, calculating and corrupt politician – she is loathed by tens of millions of Americans.
Of course Hillary had to turn this into a cry of misogyny and sexism when in reality it’s Hillary Clinton-specific.
Hillary has a long history of being mean and nasty to Secret Service agents and she viciously attacked her husband Bill Clinton’s sexual assault victims.