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"And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should", she said.
The Clintons are "a virus in the Democratic party" and should "move on", Meghan McCain has said. "That's a lot of states".
Democrats griped that her remarks would make it tougher for Democrats in swing states because they would likely be called on to respond to her disparaging remarks.
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.
Hillary Clinton has once again taken a topple, this time while descending stairs during a visit to India this week, just five months after she broke a toe in London.
Speaking at 2018's India Today Conclave in Mumbai over the past weekend, Clinton said that voters who turned out for President Trump were following a campaign that was "looking backwards", while those who supported her were fueled by optimism for America's future. "Whatever your problem is, I'm going to solve it", said Clinton, describing her version of Trump's "MAGA" message.
"If these statements are a form of catharsis, it would be in the Democratic Party's best interest for her to get these out of her system soon".
'We need leaders like her to look forward to 2020 and how to unify the party, not continue to re-litigate the past, ' the official said.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) also pounced on Clinton's remarks.
Refusing to be beaten Clinton then kicked off her sandals and continued barefoot without issue. We really do try very hard, ' Reed snarked. "But this one is impossible to ignore".
"You didn't like black people getting rights, you don't like women, you know, getting jobs".
"Putting aside how absurd and wrong she is, rhetoric like this is the reason Sen". It's an entirely other thing to pull off losing to President Trump. "The Democrat brand is isolated, elitist, and as out-of-touch as it ever has been".
"And I understand - I'm not terrified - but I understand why he may win again in 2020", Reines said.
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March 14th is Pi Day, so enjoy some pie!
Pi is also celebrated by some on July 22 (22/7) instead of today and it's called Pi Approximation Day. If you were curious, the National Pi Day official website has expanded it to a million places .
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RJD Wins Jehanabad, Ahead in Araria; BJP Retains Bhabua
Bihar , where votes are being counted for one Lok Sabha constituency and two Lok Sabha seats, seems headed for a status quo. Alam, who crossed over from JD (U) to Lalu Prasad's party RJD to contest the bypoll, is the son of Taslimuddin.
Nepal's first female president wins second term
She won the by-election from Kathmandu-1 defeating the former Prime Minister Krishna Prasad Bhattarai of Nepali Congress . The electors from Sajha Bibeksheel, Naya Shakti and Nepal Majdoor Kisan Party did not cast their votes.