Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright ramped up the rhetoric in Hillary Clinton’s race for the White House by stating that young women who don’t support Clinton will be damned to hell.
Albright, who served under former President Bill Clinton, made her statement in Concord, New Hampshire Saturday where she appeared along with Sen. Corey Booker in support of Clinton.
Albright said that “Hillary Clinton will always be there for you,” after telling the small gathering that the fight for women’s rights isn’t yet over.
“Just remember: There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other,” Albright said, eliciting a laugh from Clinton.
Booker added his own over-the-top statement, announcing that no one since George Washington has been more qualified to become president.
Watch the report from Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry.
Former Secretary Albright at rally for @HillaryClinton — “there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other”
— Ed Henry (@edhenry) February 6, 2016
Those on social media weren’t necessarily impressed
— FriedmanWasRight (@Anti_Plebeian) February 6, 2016
— Klaus L (@bikedb06) February 6, 2016
— Texas Grandma (@Donnam8470Donna) February 6, 2016
— American Patrioͦͦͦͦt (@LordAlmighty12) February 7, 2016
@edhenry Another loon. Vote for a woman just because you’re a woman…even if that woman is completely corrupt? No thanks!
— Lori Fazio (@LoriFazio) February 6, 2016
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