A bitter Hillary Clinton didn’t take too kindly to the idea of Ivanka Trump becoming the first woman president of the United States.
The woman who was all but certain that she’d be the first female commander in chief was asked about the first daughter’s presidential aspirations, as Michael Wolff alleged in his book, “Fire and Fury,” during an interview with the Dutch news outfit KRO-NCRV.
“That’s not going to happen,” Clinton said. “We don’t want any more inexperienced Trumps in the White House.”
Host Eva Jinek reminded Clinton that elections can bring unexpected results.
“Well, that’s true, but you know, fool me once shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me,” Clinton responded. “And I think the American people have seen for themselves what happens when a reality-TV candidate wins.”
Parroting what’s become the go-to narrative for Democrats leading up to this year’s election, Clinton said, “I really believe there’s an enormous amount of pent-up energy to take the country back from the Trump administration.”
Not that this will happen with her insulting millions of Americans before the world.
Speaking to an audience in India last week, Clinton insinuated that Trump voters are “backwards,” saying these Americans are racist and sexist as she explained — again — why she lost the 2016 election.
“I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward,” she stated. “And his whole campaign, ‘Make America Great Again,’ was looking backwards.”
“You know, you didn’t like black getting rights, you don’t like woman getting jobs, you don’t want to see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are, whatever your’e problem is, I’m going to solve,” Clinton said, paraphrasing Trump’s supposed approach to voters.
This coming after she dissed white women who voted for Trump, suggesting they did because they’re brainless bimbos who bowed to pressure from the men in their lives.
She would eventually offer a Clinton-esque sorry-not-sorry apology for the insulting remark.
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For what it’s worth, Ivanka Trump talked about the possibility of running for office in a 2015 interview with Town and Country.
“It’s not something I’ve ever been inclined to do, but I’m 34, so who knows?” she said. “At this point I would never even contemplate it, but that doesn’t mean that when I’m 50 I won’t have a change of heart.”
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