Hillary Clinton has been trying to reestablish herself for the last few months after getting completely destroyed by Donald Trump in the election.
In recent weeks, she has been bashing Trump and working hard to try and develop a super PAC that will challenge his authority.
However, in a recent interview, Clinton took it even further when she claimed that she beat both Sen. Bernie Sanders and Trump.
“I beat both of them,” she told “New York Magazine.”
“Sixty-six million people voted for me, plus, you know, the crazy third-party people,” she stated.
“Once I moved from serving someone — a man, the president — to seeking that job on my own, I was once again vulnerable to the barrage of innuendo and negativity and attacks that come with the territory of a woman who is striving to go further,” she explained.
Conservative Tribune reports:
“Crazy third-party people?” That’s almost as bad as her “basket of deplorables” comment. She still doesn’t understand that you can’t insult large chunks of America and expect to win the presidency.
Yes, she won the popular vote, but that’s not what the election was about. The election was about the Electoral College vote, which both she and Trump were well aware of.
Clinton also made sure to throw in a healthy does of sexism claims in her interview as well — just in case anyone had forgotten that she was a woman who ran for president.
Another classic, condescending interview by Clinton. She always fails to mention that she lost the election because of how unlikable she was. She will never admit this because she thinks she is the perfect candidate. Too bad for her, the American people thought otherwise and chose Trump.
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