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Hillary Clinton Stumbles Twice as She Tours Ancient Site in India

Hillary Clinton Stumbles Twice as She Tours Ancient Site in India

During a three-day trip to the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slipped not once, but twice, as she descended a set of stairs at the historic Jahaz Mahal palace.

Clinton, who continues to tour the world promoting her book, "What Happened", on her failed presidential bid, has previously blamed FBI Director James Comey and Russian intervention in the election for her shocking loss to Mr. Trump.

Hillary Clinton told an audience in India that the United States did not "deserve" Donald Trump's presidency and white women voted for him because they were following their husbands.

Indian-American Sikh leader Gurinder Singh Khalsa was also critical of Clinton's remarks. She won places that are diverse, which is, you know, better than all those places that aren't.

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Team officials said Irving, who had seven points in 16 minutes against in , had left knee soreness and was not returning. Letting the injury heal naturally would likely take a month or so, while surgery would involve a three-month timetable.

"Yet it turns out she really believes that any woman who voted against her must have been a mental or emotional prisoner of some man, trapped in a kind of political purdah", the daily said.

During the campaign, Clinton apologized for her "basket of deplorables" remark, where she argued Trump's supporters were driven "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic" beliefs.

She truly can't accept that she lost. You know the orange a-hole in the White House is gonna eat up the news of his biggest rival (in his mind), Hillary Clinton, slipping on a huge stair case in India, like it's a Big Mac.

But Trump said that his space plan was more fulsome than Clinton's, even though the former secretary of state said during her campaign that she would like to make "human exploration of Mars a reality".

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Sunny Hostin called President Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan a "dog whistle", and questioned "when was America ever great?"

Haines expressed her displeasure at Clinton's comments, saying that real leaders needed to focus on the ground ahead of them, rather than the path that lay behind. It's an entirely other thing to pull off losing to President Trump.

"It's commonly said that countries deserve the governments they get".

"I think that it was part of a historical trend that I was bucking and then it collapsed on me", she added. And married couples tend to vote more alike simply because people who think alike on politics and religion, for example, are much more likely to get married - and stay married - than two people who have diametrically opposed worldviews.

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One coach believed he could, and the New Orleans Saints signed the free agent quarterback and the rest, as they say, is history. And as of Monday, when the leaguewide legal tampering period for players eligible for free agency began, that hadn't happened.


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