Clinton: Trump 'immature' and 'unqualified for the position that he holds'

17 Septembre, 2017, 15:48 | Auteur: Phil Beauvilliers
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The conversation quickly changed to Inauguration Day, giving Clinton an opportunity to call President Trump's speech "a cry from the white nationalists' gut" while praising herself for attending in the first place. Yes, he was very good at getting himself free air time, but it wasn't always friendly air time.

"There was certainly - we know - a plan from Putin and the highest levels of the Kremlin to influence our election". When Clinton touted Obama's economic progress, she seemed hopelessly out of touch. The average rating was 4.9 out of a possible 5.

He adds, "She lost the debates and lost her direction!"

To help ease Clinton's fear of people lurking behind her, The View gave her a sweater with the words "Back Up" emblazoned on the back.

She blamed the "sexist" supporters of Bernie Sanders.

This never happened, but the New Yorker was ready for President Clinton. She cites attending the all-female Wellesley College, raising her daughter Chelsea and connecting with other women and girls as real highlights of her career, and her life thus far. Eight year earlier she lost the Democratic primary to Barack Obama.

"I think it's much more difficult to unpack all of this, and with respect specifically to young women, I do think that for a lot of young women, gender is just not the motivating force that maybe it will be in the future", she answered.

CNN was not to be outdone.

When the conversation turned to yoga and alternative nostril breathing, Cooper took off his glasses and asked for a demonstration of the breathing technique that Clinton apparently details in "What Happened".

She said the Oct. 29 letter issued by former FBI Director James Comey's about continuing investigations into her emails cost her the election.

Though Clinton refused to outrightly blame the Trump campaign team for colluding with Russia officials to plot her downfall, but she did say there were clear indications of Russia meddling into the election which affected her chances. You don't like that she's being interviewed on NPR. I want to thank you, Anderson.

She won the 2016 popular vote by nearly three million votes.

She dismissed criticism that her book is living in the past or resurfacing old wounds, making the point that some of the issues that came up in the 2016 election will continue to come up.

By Thursday afternoon, there were 626 reviews - 607 positive and just 22 negative. If a former Secretary of State, Senator, First Lady, accomplished attorney and Yale Law graduate is repeatedly dismissed as a "flawed candidate" because she boasts policy over reality TV theatrics, then what does that say about our country's attitudes towards women?