Chelsea Clinton hit with embarrassing reality check after dramatic rant about Trump and Andrew Jackson

Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, continues to make illogical claims on Twitter against president Trump.

On Monday, President Trump stated during an interview that former President Andrew Jackson could have prevented the Civil War had he served at a later date.

“I mean had Andrew Jackson been a little bit later you wouldn’t have had the Civil War. He was a very tough person, but he had a big heart,” Trump told the Washington Examiner.

Trump’s statements triggered Clinton as she went directly to Twitter.

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Clinton failed to acknowledge that Jackson founded the Democratic party. Clinton’s rant completely left out that he created the party her entire family aligns and identifies with publicly.

People across social media lambasted her on Twitter for her hypocrisy.

Clinton also intentionally failed to mention that her own mother attended the Iowa Party Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in 2016 while running for president. If Jackson was such a bad person, why didn’t Chelsea voice these same concerns when her mom was offering praise of the former president?

The senior Clinton has been involved with Jackson’s legacy over the years.

Ironic that there was also no mention of the fact that Democrats — including Hillary Clinton — hold annual fundraisers in honor of Andrew Jackson. Clinton’s website published photos and content from the Jackson Dinner as a springboard for her presidential run.

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Outside of calling out the hypocrisy of the Clinton family, users also highlighted how poorly the family has treated those in Haiti.

Chelsea Clinton is for things when they benefit her family and against them when it gives her the opportunity to slam president Trump.

Twitter gave her a history lesson on Monday.

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