There is no doubting that Hillary Clinton is bitter about her election loss to Donald Trump.
Many experts predicted she would win, but the American people thought differently.
A newly released book, titled, “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign,” has revealed the vile nature of Clinton and how she blamed her staff, not herself, for her loss.
“She was visibly, unflinchingly pissed off at us as a group,” one unnamed staffer reportedly said about how Clinton reacted after her opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders trounced her in the Michigan Democrat primary in March. “And she let us know she felt that way.”
She let them know how she felt by berating them, blaming them for her failures, and acting like a spoiled brat.
“Hillary was so mad she couldn’t think straight,” Allen and Parnes reported, basing their observations on interviews with Clinton’s former staffers.
The new book, unlike 2014’s “HRC,” wasn’t “mushy” like the previous one and shows a much different side to Clinton than the public is used to.
“How could she have been left so vulnerable?” they wrote. “She knew — or at least she thought she did. The blame belonged to her campaign team, she believed, for failing to hone her message, energize important constituencies and take care of business in getting voters to the polls.”
The book even exposed Bill Clinton for chewing out staffers who failed to convey Hillary’s message to the voters.
“You haven’t buried this thing, the ruddy-cheeked former president rasped. You haven’t figured out how to get Hillary’s core message to the voters. This has been dragging on for months, he thundered, and nothing you’ve done has made a damn bit of difference. Voters want to hear about Hillary’s plans for the economy, and you’re not making that happen. Now, do your damn jobs.”
This kind of entitlement should be expected from the Clintons. They do not care about everyday Americans, they only care about their name and advancing their own political careers. Lucky for us, we elected Trump and we know have a leader that actually cares about the average American voter.