Hillary Clinton: Ivanka ‘Should Be Judged’ For Supporting Her Father

Poor Hillary Clinton. It looks like the shame of losing last year’s election is fueling a deep-seated bitterness that is being projected onto every living American, friend and foe alike.

This week, the former senator and secretary of state embarked on a book tour, promoting her 2016 excuse-packed memoir “What Happened.”

She’s hitting the TV circuit as well, settling scores with everyone she believes blew up her chance at getting in the White House. And that means taking plenty of shots at the Trump Administration and attacking those whom she sees as insufficiently sympathetic to her plight.

In a recent interview with Refinery29, Hillary took a subtle jab at someone unexpected: Ivanka Trump.

When asked if Ivanka should be held responsible for her dad’s actions, Hillary, invoking her natural language of political doublespeak, didn’t answer the question directly. She replied, “Everyone associated with him … they’re either on board with that, or they’re not. And if they’re not, they need to be speaking out or leaving. But if they remain silent and just give lip service to contrary points of views, then they are part of his agenda and should be judged and held accountable for that.”

By sticking around as an adivsor, Hillary says Ivanka is “part of his agenda.”

Talk about catty!

At one time, Hillary was full of praise for President Trump’s kids, describing them as the best part about the president.

Looks like getting humiliated on Election Night has erased all of Hillary’s goodwill.

What a sad, bitter person.

This book tour, far from resuscitating Hillary’s public image, is an elaborate exercise in hole-digging. Hillary is only digging herself deeper into a rut. She’s attacking her former allies, blaming everyone but herself for her historic loss.

What she hopes to prove at the end of all this isn’t clear.

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Author: Jim E


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