Now that the Hillary Clinton campaign is over, people are coming out of the woodwork from her team to give insight into the true personality of what whiny liberals see as their hero. She is being described as angry and sharped tongued, often venting out her frustrations on her team.
Hillary was often sarcastic and would harshly critique everyone’s performance. She even cut people off, often comparing their work to that of Bernie Sanders. She would deliver her angry rants in person and on the phone, as her team endured in silence, unable to add their opinions as to why her campaign was failing in certain areas. Ultimately, she made all the final decisions for the campaign, and as much as she tried to put the blame of her failure on others, the true fault lies with the person whose name is on the campaign ticket.
From The Hill:
Months earlier, Hillary Clinton turned her fury on her consultants and campaign aides, blaming them for a failure to focus the media on her platform.
In her ear the whole time, spurring her on to cast blame on others and never admit to anything, was her husband. Neither Clinton could accept the simple fact that Hillary had hamstrung her own campaign and dealt the most serious blow to her own presidential aspirations.
That state of denial would become more obvious than ever to her top aides and consultants during one conference call in the thick of the public discussion of her server. Joel Benenson, Mandy Grunwald, Jim Margolis, John Anzalone, John Podesta, Mook, Huma Abedin and Dan Schwerin were among the small coterie who huddled in Abedin’s mostly bare corner office overlooking the East River at the campaign’s Brooklyn headquarters. Hillary and Bill, who rarely visited, joined them by phone.
Hillary’s severe, controlled voice crackled through the line first. It carried the sound of a disappointed teacher or mother delivering a lecture before a whipping. That back end was left to Bill, who lashed out with abandon. Eyes cast downward, stomachs turning — both from the scare tactics and from their own revulsion at being chastised for Hillary’s failures — Hillary’s talented and accomplished team of professionals and loyalists simply took it. There was no arguing with Bill Clinton.