Hillary Clinton fought tooth-and-claw to become America’s first female commander-in-chief. Instead, she’s consigned to a lifetime of playing second fiddle to a former philanderer-in-chief accused of harassing and abusing multiple women.
When that man happens to be a former president with a penchant for bragging about it on Twitter, it just has to hurt.
Waking up this morning grateful for being elected 25 years ago today, alongside my friend @AlGore. Honored to have served our great country.
— Bill Clinton (@BillClinton) November 3, 2017
“Waking up this morning grateful for being elected 25 years ago today, alongside my friend @AlGore. Honored to have served our great country,” Bill tweeted.
To which his former VP Al Gore responded:
Thanks, @BillClinton. It was a privilege to serve our nation with you for those 8 yrs. Along with our team, we were able to do a lot of good for a lot of people.
— Al Gore (@algore) November 3, 2017
To which Hillary responded … oh wait, she didn’t respond.
*sigh* what might have been…
Happy birthday to this future president. pic.twitter.com/JT3HiBjYdj
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 26, 2016
Yeah, THAT gem hasn’t aged well.
Bill’s tweet provoked some interesting reactions on Twitter:
it's disgusting that Bill is maintaining a public profile in the wake of our current national discussion on sexual harassment & assault https://t.co/dHiXaVvdpb
— 红色娘子军🌹 (@detachment_red) November 3, 2017
This just happened… https://t.co/4wOTBTQLeB
— Joe Kelley (@talkradiojoe) November 3, 2017
Finally, in a totally unrelated observation, in this day and age even Bill Clinton is capable of having his tweets misconstrued:
Grammar counts. Kind of like Michigan and Wisconsin.
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