Martes, 19 Setiembre, 2017


Hillary Clinton Trolls US President Trump, Suggests He Read Children's Book

Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton at their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton at their first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead. Melina Mara Getty Images
Orlondo Matamoros | Setiembre 17, 2017, 15:27

The former Secretary of State who through her new book "What Happened" highlighted the elements of her defeat during the election is adding the policy to one of the things which cost her the Presidential ambition. Quartz reported that the Amazon review analysis site ReviewMeta showed the average rating from unverified purchases was a 2.3, while the average from verified purchases of the book was 4.9.

To which Twitter user @GordonLuvsEnid replied, "She did not, and it's awesome!" This was not necessary ...

Guthrie pointed out that a black man, Barack Obama, had been elected President twice.

"He told the committee that the main reason he got involved in July is because [former Attorney General Loretta] Lynch met [former President] Bill Clinton on the tarmac and he thought that compromised Loretta Lynch's impartiality, so he sorta took over the case", Graham said.

Ch-ch-check out the highlights from the informative interview (below)! The rest of us will have to wait until 10am on September 15 when the box office opens to the public.

In her new book, Clinton offered her account of the factors that led to her loss at the polls in November.

"No I don't", Clinton responded.

Much of the country, and the world, was left in shock as the primaries turned red one after another and Trump claimed victory. "Happy to send a copy", Clinton tweeted just before noon on Thursday, accompanied by a photo of her just-released picture book adaptation of her best-selling 1996 book, "It takes a village".

"[Trump] is immature, with poor impulse control; unqualified for the position that he holds; reactive, not proactive; not strategic, either at home or on the world stage", Clinton continued.