Hillary Clinton Nearly Falls Down Stairs Twice In Purported Video From India

Hillary Clinton Nearly Falls Down Stairs Twice In Purported Video From India

Hillary Clinton Nearly Falls Down Stairs Twice In Purported Video From India

Talking at length about the state of affairs in the US since the 2016 presidential elections, which she lost to real-estate tycoon Trump, Clinton said she did not have a problem with power differences, but anxious that there were fewer debates on pertinent issues, which could move the country towards one-party dominance.

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slipped twice while visiting India this week.

Clinton added that America doesn't deserve a Trump presidency, and highlighted the people and businesses in the country that were standing up for their ideals. Some have suggested Clinton was saying wealthy people's votes should have counted for more.

Assuming the video is actually of the former USA secretary of state, while walking down the stairs assisted by one man, Clinton lost her footing. Want to hear how D's can win in 2018, 2020 & beyond.

Clinton reduced huge populations that voted for and against her to caricatures, by describing them as: "optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward, and his whole campaign "Make America Great Again" was looking backwards". But instead of keeping her focus on the complex and numerous problems facing India, Clinton took aim Monday at Americans who voted for Trump.

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Just five months after breaking her toe, Hillary Clinton had a near miss yesterday while touring the Jahaz Mahal palace in Mandu, India. She later backed off the "half" part but stood by her general sentiment.

"No, we did not deserve that", Clinton said when asked if the U.S. "deserves" Trump as its leader. She said that Donald Trump's voters "hated black people getting rights and women getting jobs".

Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday picked injuries in her hand during her visit to Rajasthan's Jodhpur and had to cancel some of her programmes as a result, officials said. But there are studies that show that how white women vote, especially those who are married, is highly influenced by the politics of their husbands.

And Trump's support with white women has dropped. But then a couple of steps later, Clinton slipped again before kicking off her pair of sandals and cautiously walking down the final steps. Even 47 percent of Democrats said it wasn't fair.

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