Hillary Clinton Stumbles Twice as She Tours Ancient Site in India
Mar 14 2018
Twice-failed presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's health was thrust back into the national spotlight Tuesday, with new footage showing the former Secretary of State losing her balance and almost falling down a flight of stairs during her recent trip to India.
Second, she pointed to "a reaction to advancing opportunities and rights for other groups", citing advancements for African-Americans, the LGBT community and women - and said the third area was "the reaction against immigrants". You dont want to see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are.
When she was running for president in 2016, she collapsed as she was leaving a September 11 memorial event.
In the video, Clinton is seen sliding down a narrow set of steps while visiting a historic site; requiring the help of two aides to steady the former candidate as she struggled to regain her balance. You want to win, this message is losing.
"Just when you think she cant get worse. she does".
"Whether or not it affects him or just people around him, nobody knows", Clinton said. In Clinton's version, it is not the devil (although to hear some radical feminists, it is about the same thing) who is telling a woman - at least a white woman - whom to vote for, but rather a white man.
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.
Conservative commentator Erick Erickson wrote on his website, The Resurgent, despite Clinton's claims that Trump or his voters wouldn't want Indian-Americans succeeding, it was Trump who appointed Nikki Haley, an India-American as UN Ambassador, and it was Republican voters in SC and Louisiana who elected Indian-Americans Nikki Haley and Bobby Jindal as governors respectively.
Trump had said that the climate deal was disgusting for the United States and benefited developing countries like India and China.
But it was her comments about Trump voters that drew the ire of conservatives and ricocheted across social media. So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward.
Even so, the fact is the present record low occurred under Trump and he rarely misses an opportunity to tout it, saying as he did in January "something I'm very proud of: African American unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded. It's awful, you can't vote for that, '" she complained. This is the elitism people voted against.
"She won the coast, which is you know, better than all those backwards in-between states".