"[Democrats] do not do well with white men, and we don't do well with married, white women". Meanwhile Trump supporters were people who didn't like black people and women getting rights.
"It goes back to her statement where she denigrated stay-at-home moms because she doesn't want to stay home and bake cookies and serve milk". "Honestly, I have to tell you".
Malkin said Clinton's comments could drive turnout among Republican women in Pennsylvania in Tuesday's House special election. What's far more disturbing is that a great number of her fellow Democrats-perhaps a majority-will find nothing to disagree with in her latest remarks.
She said the USA was home to hard-working, law-abiding immigrants from around the world, including Latin America, India and China, and that Trump's campaign of "Make America Great Again" was backward.
"I was wondering where she got that from ... why are you saying that as a feminist?" I won in the coasts, I win, you know, Illinois, Minnesota, places like that. "He really likes their authoritarian posturing and behavior", she said during the event, The Washington Post reported.
Clinton's health was a topic of conversation throughout the 2016 presidential election, after having public coughing spells and stumbling during the September 11 memorial service in New York City a year ago.
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As for why Valve moved away from games , Newell frankly said he was concerned about PCs becoming more of a closed system. Valve used to be one of gaming's most acclaimed developers, shipping series like Half-Life and Portal on PlayStation.
"I won from the places which has two-thirds share in the gross domestic product".
Her comments were dragged on Monday's Fox and Friends where Clinton was accused of "trash [ing] America's heartland".
"I think her whole answer was looking backward", Haines said.
"I'd much rather see a leader come out and talk about some of the things that are broken, that are not working", she said. "It's awful, you can't vote for that, '" she complained.
Should we assume that Hillary Clinton, had she been elected president, would have not known what to think, until her white husband, Bill Clinton, told her what to think?
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