Opinion Hate on Hillary, but she’s right about Trump

17:46  13 september  2017
17:46  13 september  2017 Source:   The Boston Globe

Hillary: Bernie's attacks 'paved the way' for Trump

  Hillary: Bernie's attacks 'paved the way' for Trump Excerpts released from Hillary Clinton's upcoming book What Happened, looking at her failed 2016 presidential campaign, shows that the former secretary of State blames her defeat at least partly on her primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders. In passages shared on social media, Clinton said that because she and Sanders agreed on most policy issues, the Vermont senator resorted to "innuendo and impugning my character." "His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump's 'Crooked Hillary' campaign," wrote Clinton.

Someday, Hillary Clinton will be remembered with respect as a smart, driven, and remarkably resilient woman who made history — but not as much as she wanted to make. That time hasn’t come. She ’ s still a polarizing loser

Someday, Hillary Clinton will be remembered with respect as a smart, driven, and remarkably resilient woman who made history — but not as much as she wanted to make. Her book was mocked before its official release, naturally by Trump .

Hillary Clinton campaigned in Manchester, N.H., days before the 2016 election.© Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/File Hillary Clinton campaigned in Manchester, N.H., days before the 2016 election. Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft.

Someday, Hillary Clinton will be remembered with respect as a smart, driven, and remarkably resilient woman who made history — but not as much as she wanted to make.

That time hasn’t come. She’s still a polarizing loser, who can’t get any more love in defeat than she did as the winner of the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election.

So don’t love her. But don’t settle for a less than full reckoning of what happened to her either. Like all candidates, she made mistakes. But she also lost because of Russian interference; because of how James Comey handled the FBI investigation into her use of a private e-mail server; and because a dishonest and unscrupulous opponent, bolstered by a click-hungry media, painted a picture of “Crooked Hillary” that played on the fears and biases of an angry electorate.

Hillary: Bernie's attacks 'paved the way' for Trump

  Hillary: Bernie's attacks 'paved the way' for Trump Excerpts released from Hillary Clinton's upcoming book What Happened, looking at her failed 2016 presidential campaign, shows that the former secretary of State blames her defeat at least partly on her primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders. In passages shared on social media, Clinton said that because she and Sanders agreed on most policy issues, the Vermont senator resorted to "innuendo and impugning my character." "His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump's 'Crooked Hillary' campaign," wrote Clinton.

'X' drops a bombshell right on Hillary and the Democrats, sharing with us that Donald Trump is absolutely right , the Democrats have been using and abusing black voters for 54+ years. not only hates blacks but she hates all of us 'little people'?

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Clinton’s “Sunday Morning” interview with anchor Jane Pauley reinforces her dilemma. No matter what she says about her own responsibility for the devastating loss to Donald Trump, nuggets like this get all the attention: She was so confident of victory, she and Bill Clinton bought a second home in Chappaqua, N.Y., in September 2016, to accommodate a White House staff during presidential retreats. Instead, it’s where she retreated to write her memoir, “What Happened.”

Clinton, of course, gets no credit for candor for disclosing this painful testament to presumption and hubris, just scorn for counting her Electoral College chickens before they were hatched. Meanwhile, unchained bluster, among other unsavory characteristics, propelled Trump to the White House. And narcissism rooted in disturbing ignorance continues to define his presidency. But pointing out that double standard when it comes to judging them isn’t going to change anyone’s mind about Clinton.

Hillary Clinton to sit down with CBS's Jane Pauley on Sunday

  Hillary Clinton to sit down with CBS's Jane Pauley on Sunday Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will sit down with "CBS Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley Sunday for her first television interview to talk about her election defeat and new book set for release on Sept. 12.

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So defend Trump on Hillary ’ s ISIS lie and keep the issue alive even if you hate him. For the internet right leaning scolds that trash any Trump support, perhaps they will now point their venom at Schlafly. Is she also naive, crazy, stupid, etc.?

Her book was mocked before its official release, naturally by Trump. Just hours after returning to Washington from Hurricane Harvey-ravaged Texas, the president retweeted a meme showing the cover of Clinton’s book and, next to it, a book with the same design, with the words “I Happened” over his picture.

Democrats want her to disappear. That’s not uncommon for the alleged party of empathy for the people. When Michael Dukakis lost to George H.W. Bush, in 1988, he was also pilloried. Then, he was ignored, as if that would erase the story of his candidacy. Actually, the seeds of Trump’s cruel and relentless attack on Clinton were nurtured in that 1988 race, when the elder Bush went along with a plan to smear Dukakis as the squishy, liberal “Willie Horton” candidate. From the start, Dukakis took the blame for his decision not to fire back. Even so, it has taken nearly three decades for him to get the recognition he deserves as a smart, decent, and committed man who traveled, as the Globe’s Thomas Farragher describes it, from the brink of the presidency “to a quiet life of significance.” On election day, Dukakis lost to Bush by 7 million votes. How did he feel? “Bad. Bad,” he told Farragher, noting how “you’ve disappointed literally thousands of people who worked for you.”

Bernie Sanders wants Hillary Clinton to stop ‘arguing about 2016’

  Bernie Sanders wants Hillary Clinton to stop ‘arguing about 2016’ Bernie Sanders is ready to move on — and he thinks Hillary Clinton should do the same. The Vermont senator joined Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” Thursday night, just days after Clinton accused him in her memoir, “What Happened,” of causing “ lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump’s ‘Crooked Hillary’ campaign.” In response, Colbert asked Sanders what he would ask his former opponent if he was hosting the show.

You are right , she said ” Trump and his kids ” The sign said ” until all animals are free ” nothing about killing them. This tape was edited from a longer segment. You hate Hillary so much that you will literally believe anything. It is quite pathetic, actually.

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Clinton has also acknowledged the pain of losing and the empty feeling that comes with letting supporters down. And she lost to a candidate who was written off as unelectable.

Imagine being the Democrat — and the woman — who helped elect Trump. There’s a lot of angst attached to that epitaph. Clinton told Pauley, “I am done with being a candidate. But I am not done with politics, because I literally believe that our country’s future is at stake.” She’s right about the country’s future. So go ahead, mock her for years of pragmatic politics and episodes of disingenuousness. Refuse to like her, let alone love her. But understand that forces larger and darker than Hillary Clinton conspired to elect the despicable and deceitful rival who now occupies the Oval Office.

Someday, she will get her due. Given these harsh and unforgiving times, perhaps not while she’s still a part of living history.

GOP Congressman Defends Trump's Tweets: 'He's Just A Fun Guy' .
Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) apparently can’t help but laugh when he thinks about President Donald Trump’s bizarre behavior on Twitter over the weekend. CNN’s Alisyn Camerota attempted to ask Collins on Monday what he thought about Trump’s recent tweets, which shared a doctored image of the president appearing to hit Hillary Clinton with a golf ball, and called North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a “rocket man.” But the Republican member of Congress began giggling before Camerota could finish asking the question..

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