Hillary Clinton, on sightseeing trip in India, calls Trump 'reality TV candidate'

  • Hillary Clinton, on sightseeing trip in India, calls Trump 'reality TV candidate'

Hillary Clinton, on sightseeing trip in India, calls Trump 'reality TV candidate'

"Her message resonates with me, at least", co-host Sunny Hostin interjected.

Apparently, Hillary Clinton, who is not almost as amusing as Flip Wilson, has a new version of the old Geraldine routine. (The Resurgent's Marc Giller hilariously called her pity party "poutsourcing.") For starters, she asserted, Democrats "do not do well with white men and we don't do well with married white women".

On Saturday, when Clinton spoke at the India Today Conclave in Mumbai, she was asked how 52 percent of white women could vote for President Trump, considering his history of crude sexual remarks, rather than the potential first female President. Clinton was seen slipping as she made her way down an ancient set of steps at the Jahaz Mahal palace in Mandu.

Mrs. Clinton blamed racists and sexists with an acute hatred for black people.

She further added that India holds prominence on the global map, and a special place in the hearts of the Clinton family.

"I won the places that represent two-thirds of America's gross domestic product", Clinton said.

That rhetoric drew a harsh rebuke from the "GOP War Room" channel on YouTube, which labelled her comments as "Dismissing America's Heartland to a foreign audience".

Malkin said Clinton's comments could drive turnout among Republican women in Pennsylvania in Tuesday's House special election.

And people try to say Trump is a hateful human being.

Yet this is the picture Clinton painted of Trump's support. That is nothing new. "People are coming together and standing up for democracy", she said, stressing that more such people are needed. The former presidential candidate was also critical of Trump's supporters summing up what drove them to vote for Trump.

The spill is the latest in a series of high-profile falls that - fairly or not - have led Clinton's opponents to speculate about a possible underlying health issue. On the other hand, a group that tends to be much more socially liberal are the "DINKs", or double-income, no kids.

The Mehrangarh Fort authorities said her programme to visit there was cancelled due to the injuries and she might visit there on Wednesday morning. Her patronizing and condescending words targeted voters in states that twice voted for Obama, and show she still doesn't understand why Americans didn't vote for her. "Or women voted for a woman because she's a woman", Goldberg said.