Clinton happened to debt ‘misogyny and sexism’ for ‘what’ in 2016

Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton speaks at the annual Hillary Rodham Clinton awards at Georgetown University in Washington, USA, 5. February 2018. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein – RC1BCE802C30

Hillary Clinton on Monday blamed “misogyny” and “sexism” for a contribution of your choice in 2016, loss, during a Washington appearance, a critical report was followed, how they handled sexual harassment allegations during their campaign in 2008.

Clinton introduced the “Human Rights Awards” Monday at Georgetown University, where she sits as an honorary founder and Chairman of the Georgetown Institute for women, peace and security.

Clinton spoke about the importance of women in leadership positions to advance the human rights, justice and peace, and went on to discuss the 2016 elections during a panel segment.

“Those who have read my book said about ‘what happened’ to know that I think that misogyny and sexism was a part of this campaign—it was one of the contributing factors,” Clinton. “Some of it was the old-fashioned sexism, and the rejection of the equality of women, and also, certainly, the equality of women in leadership positions.”

Clinton told the audience that the way forward for the equality of women was urn “about the election.”

“Sure, the vote remains the most important way that each individual Express an opinion,” Clinton said. “And anyone who decides not to go to the polls, in fact, the leaves, the opinion of others and, perhaps, do not hold your values.”


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In her memoirs, “What Happened,” the first published in September, Clinton criticized a number of factors for your loss–such as voter ID laws, “These Damn E-Mails,” the “unprecedented interference in our election,” the former FBI Director, James Comey, and the “audacious war leadership of the Kremlin.”

Clinton also criticized women who do not vote, but supports the women’s March Jan. 21, 2017. In her book, they called this day “bittersweet.”

Clinton, though, has helped under fire in the last few days about a New York Times report that during her 2008 presidential run, they protect their faith adviser, burns Strider, after claims that he sexually female campaigns harassed employee.


Clinton ’08, faith adviser, burns Strider, is supposedly a Clinton campaign staffer harassed.

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Clinton campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle is recommended to be shot Strider, but Clinton ignored the advice. Strider arranged instead, receive counseling and lost pay for several weeks. The young woman was moved to a new role.


Clinton’s first reaction to the story -in which she said she was glad that the female aide was, “apologize,” but was widely criticized.

But on the night of President Trump is the first official state of the Union, only minutes before he began his address, Clinton wrote a lengthy response to the alleged sexual misconduct on your Facebook page.

“The short answer is this: If I do it again, I would not,” she wrote, noting that she believes in “second chances” and did not want to completely terminate his employment.

In a political shot at trump for not discussing sexual harassment during his State of the Union speech, Clinton teased their Facebook post.

“I wrote a Facebook post about a decision I made 10 years ago, what has changed, and on a question, you will not hear a single word about tonight. You’re looking the” Clinton tweeted.

Fox News’ Kaitlyn Schallhorn contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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