Hillary Clinton's India trip begins with double slip on palace


"I like people that weren't captured", said Trump in 2015.

The remarks reminded numerous former secretary of State's comments in 2016 that some of Trump's supporters fit in a "basket of deplorables", a line the Republican then used against her repeatedly during the final stretch of the campaign. Married women vote differently than single women not because of pressure from their menfolk but because they often have children, value family over career more than single women and are older than single women on average.

The klutzy move came five months after Clinton broke her toe in London, where she was also promoting her book. This woman needs counseling.

"If you look at the map of the United States, there is all that red in the middle, places where Trump won", she said.

Sunny Hostin called President Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan a "dog whistle", and questioned "when was America ever great?"

The hosts were discussing Clinton's recent comments in India where she bizarrely stated that "white women" voted for Donald Trump because their husbands forced them to. I don't know how to say that without sounding smug and without immediately telling essentially everyone who voted for him, "You got conned".

That much was obvious from her incredible, palpable anger at the American public.

Trump's attack ignores the fact that Clinton did want to explore Mars. This time, it wasn't James Comey, or even "the Russians" that did her in.

In other words, Clinton's remarks represent nothing so much as a freaky strand of Ayn Randism. Whether you say black people voted for Obama because he's black.

"I think everybody just has to stop talking, we have to stop looking back", said Whoopi.

If Hillary thinks Trump's whole campaign was centered around repressing women and Indian-Americans, how does she explain why so many Trump voters are fans of this lady?

"President Trump has appointed numerous Indian Americans to coveted positions in his administration".

Nearly as important as Haspel's significance as the first woman named to run the USA spy agency is the fact she came up through the ranks as a career civil servant and is not a political appointee.

Some of Clinton's defenders will surely defend that picture, but this is not a mainstream argument in the Democratic Party - nor is it a productive one politically.