Democrats distance themselves from Hillary Clinton's 'backward' claim

Marie Harrington
March 15, 2018

"[Democrats] do not do well with white men, and we don't do well with married, white women".

She also said that women who voted for Trump were too dumb to make up their own minds, and had been brainwashed by "ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should".

Allies of the former presidential candidate have suggested she lay low and not make statements unless they are absolutely necessary.

The morning after Democrats apparently won a Republican seat in Pennsylvania, Lahren seemed more concerned about a recent talk Clinton gave in India about her election loss.

Jodhpur: Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's stay at Rajasthan's Jodhpur city kept her on rest mode as she was suffering from pain in her hand.

Hurt, Melissa Francis and Lisa Kennedy took turns ripping Clinton's "patronizing" remarks and talking about how they'll be used in GOP ad campaigns to bash Democrats in future elections.

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In a March 13, 2018 news release, the group claimed Clinton three days earlier called Wisconsin "backwards".

But the debate really heated up after they suggested that President Donald Trump doesn't suffer from the same toxic presence in the media and on the campaign trail.

"He said innumerable things that you can run in an ad until the end of time", Tarlov said with obvious exasperation.

"So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward", Clinton said, referring to the coastal, densely populated regions of the country that voted for her campaign. "We need leaders like her to look forward to 2020 and how to unify the party, not continue to re-litigate the past". "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", writes the liberal newspaper.

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. "That's a lot of states".

'The Democrat brand is isolated, elitist, and as out-of-touch as it ever has been, ' Reed harped as he shared Clinton's comments with reporters.

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