Kellyanne Conway’s response to Hillary’s new pity-party signs off with absolute BEST SLAM EVER

Kellyanne Conway smacked down Hillary Clinton after the two-time failed presidential candidate once again blamed misogyny, FBI Director James Comey and Wikileaks for her election loss.

Clinton made the self-pitying remarks this week at the “Women for Women” conference in New York, where she lamented to an audience of feminist comrades: “I was on the way to winning.”

Conway, a senior adviser to President Trump, begged to differ, tweeting: “You ignored Wisconsin. Called us deplorable/irredeemable. Had oodles of $$ and no message. Lost to a better candidate.”

In a final parting shot, Kellyanne signed the tweet: “From: Woman in the White House.”

Proving how tone-deaf she remains even now, Clinton said she would be president today if only the world hadn’t conspired against her.

“I was on the way to winning until a combination of Jim Comey’s letter on October 28 and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me and got scared off,” she said.

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Clinton — who spent almost $1 billion on her disastrous campaign — also blamed misogyny for her loss, saying the country was not ready for a woman president. “Yes, I do think it played a role,” she whined.

Interestingly, Hillary never blamed sexism for her primary loss to former President Obama in 2008. So what gives?

In typical Clintonian fashion, Hillary used her platform to shill her forthcoming book. “I am writing a book and it’s a painful process, reliving the campaign,” she lamented.

Clinton’s book publisher has not yet announced what her advance is for this new book, but in 2014, Hillary received a $14 million advance to write her memoir, “Hard Choices,” which was a major flop. So was her 2016 book, “Stronger Together,” which she promoted during her presidential run.

Kellyanne Conway was astounded by Clinton’s arrogance. “Lack of self-awareness is stunning,” she tweeted.

Even Democratic strategist David Axelrod — who helped Obama win two terms as president — said Hillary messed up big-time. “It takes a lot of work to lose to Donald Trump,” Axelrod told CNN.

Like a cockroach that just won’t die, Clinton vowed to obstruct and oppose President Trump, declaring she is “part of the resistance.”

“I’m now back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance,” she said to loud cheers from the audience. The comments have raised speculation that Hillary may run for president again in 2020.

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Meanwhile, Twitter users (including the president) reacted with snarky hilarity.

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