In Context: Did Hillary Clinton call Wisconsin 'backwards'?


She was taken to a hospital in the morning where we administered CT Scan and X-Ray of her hand, which showed that she had a minor fracture in her right wrist, a doctor said.

At another point in the talk, Clinton, whose campaign slogan was "Stronger Together", said that married white women voted for Trump because of "ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should".

Divisiveness from Clinton is nothing new (remember, this is the same woman who once said that half of Trump supporters were "deplorables"). Jon Tester, a Democrat up for re-election in Trump-supporting Montana, 'was forced to release an ad today, 8 months before Election Day, attempting to highlight areas of agreement with President Trump'.

"She's annoying me. She's annoying everyone, as far as I can tell", a former Clinton surrogate is reported to have said.

Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today picked injuries in her hand during her visit to Rajasthans Jodhpur and had to cancel some of her programmes as a result, officials said.

In a freakish article titled, "Like it or not, studies suggest that Clinton may not be wrong on white women voting like their husbands", the Post claims the former Secretary of State's fiery rhetoric was scientifically accurate.

Some consider Clinton an asset, however, such a former Clinton campaign spokesman Jesse Ferguson, who is helping the Democratic midterm effort in 2018.

"She's talking about Republican women only vote how their husbands tell them".

"She put herself in a position where [Democrats] from states that Trump won will have to distance themselves from her even more", another former Clinton aide told the Web site.

Clinton, the 2016 Democratic nominee for president, did lose Wisconsin to Donald Trump.

'That's a lot of states, ' the ex-aide added.

Predictably, gleeful Republicans seized on her polarizing comments.

She argued that "anti-Washington" and "anti-establishment" sentiment, as well as poverty and the economy, had more to do with Clinton's defeat than things like sexism and race. "If the Democratic Party is the party of the Clintons, you are dead in the water", McCain said.

Francis shrugged that off by saying Democrats tried it during the election and it didn't work.