The more things change, the more they remain the same.
The editors at The Washington Free Beacon located 20-year-old video of then first lady Hillary Clinton defending herself against “an avalanche of serious charges and sharp criticism” alleging that she was “a congenital liar.”
Barbara Walters interviewed Clinton for a January 12, 1996 broadcast of ABC News’ “20/20” when she wads a program co-host.
“How did you get in this mess,” Walters asked. “Your credibility is being questioned.”
Clinton’s response? First she laughed (cackled). Sound familiar? It should.
Then, “Oh, I ask myself that every day.”
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) November 4, 2016
ABC News clip via The Washington Free Beacon
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— gamewick (@ConservGamer) November 4, 2016
The more things change, the more they stay the same. https://t.co/jJhlnbREa7
— ((ClassicalLibMOT)) (@CygnusA81) November 4, 2016
— AmericaWeeps (@all3els) November 4, 2016
— Deplorable TJ (@DreamTheaterRox) November 4, 2016
1996 a liar
2016 still a liar https://t.co/3Y5hqiQsV6
— Ozzy (@OzzyDox) November 4, 2016
And to this day she still claims to have no understanding why so many people are against her.
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