Hillary Clinton criticized by other Dems for threshing-female Trump voters

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Hillary Clinton Has dozens of excuses Why you Lost in the year 2016

Democrats, who generally fall into the Clinton camp are slating the two-time failed presidential candidate for the singling out white bitch Trump, the voters, put the blame on your ballot in 2016, thrown on the “pressure” of the male figures in your life.

Democratic senators, even her former campaign Manager, there is an apparent consensus on the board that “sugar coating” your comments this week, not that they are easier to swallow.

While the former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton claimed the appearance in India over the weekend, the 2016 presidential not part of the lost race, because white women, to stand up to the men in your life to vote for Donald Trump.

“We don’t do well with the white men, and we don’t do well with married white women,” Clinton said. “And an identification with the Republican party, and a kind of persistent pressure to vote the way your husband, your boss, your son, whoever believes that, you should.”


She added: “I’m going to the places they represent two-thirds of America’s gross domestic product. So I’m going to the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward. And to view his whole campaign, “Make America Great Again,” back.”

Clinton’s former 2008 presidential campaign Manager Patti Solis Doyle won’t defend their comments.

“Look, it was bad. I can’t sugarcoat it,” Solis Doyle told HLN this week. “She was not wrong, and clearly, it is helpful to Democrats going into the midterm elections and certainly not in 2020.”

Solis Doyle added: “you put yourself in a position where Democrats have to distance themselves from these statements and distance themselves from her, especially those Democrats running in the States, Donald Trump won.”

How Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., who’s up for re-election, the midterm elections in November, in a state of Trump, won with 19 points.

To fight “this kind of words for me, because I’m partial to Missouri voters,” McCaskill to The Washington Post. “I think they expressed their frustration with the status quo.”

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., slammed Clinton’s comments, saying they were “fighting words”.


McCaskill added, a defence of the voters in your state, “I may not have agreed with their choice, but to respect I, certainly. And I don’t think that’s the way you talk about each of the voters, especially those in my condition.”

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is up for re-election in a state of Trump, also slammed Clinton.

“I really don’t know what you said,” Brown told the Huffington Post. “I don’t think that’s helpful.”

“I really don’t know what you said. I don’t think this is helpful”

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.

But if you are prompted for a comment on your comment, a Clinton spokesman referred to Fox News to support a study, in Clinton, the claim that women vote in their husband’s economic interest-seemingly defended your comments.

Clinton a number of factors, for their second presidential loss has accused. Just last month, Clinton misogyny” and “old-fashioned sexism, blamed “” for your loss. And in her memoirs, “What Happened,” said Clinton criticized a number of factors, such as the 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.”

Solis Doyle said she “wants” Clinton would not “talk” to the voters, if they were elected President.

“I think she is still dealing with the loss, and when I said, in your shoes, I would,” Solis Doyle. “I don’t think the answer is silence, you know to you, take you away from the public view. I think she has a lot to offer.”


The Democratic National Committee has not responded to Fox News’ request for comment on whether Clinton’s remarks to the democratic party and the Democratic candidate for re-election in the States, the injured, the Trump won in the year 2016.

But, Clinton’s longtime communications adviser, Philippe Reines, on Saturday, said he understood why “the man [Trump] won in 2016.”

“And I understand –I’m not scared—but I understand why he can win again in 2020,” Pure told The hill.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas 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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